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    Some of the EIA patters might have problems in clusters when not using a shared state.

    i.e :

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    Splitter ---Producer1--> JMS/AMQP --Consumer1--> Aggregator
    --Consumer2--> Aggregator
    --Consumer3--> Aggregator

    Does SI support some kind of clustering shared state for this kind of patterns?

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    In the example you've posted, the Aggregator is the stateful component, and our Aggregator's are using a MessageStore strategy for which we provide several options. Obviously the default (which simply uses an in-memory Map) is not useful in a clustered environment or in any situation where you want to persist in-progress messages (i.e. so you don't lose them in a crash). We do provide several implementations that are backed by a common data store: JDBC, GemFire, MongoDB, and Redis.

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    • #3
      Hi Mark,

      Thats awesome,

      Just found it in the documentation also (I didn't before), sorry for asking here.

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