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  1. CMakeLists.txt
  2. Order.cpp
  3. Order.hpp
  4. README.md
  5. main.cpp
  6. startserver.sh
  7. stopserver.sh
examples/cpp/dataserializable/README.md

DataSerializable example

This is a simple example showing how to register for serialization of custom objects using the DataSerializable class.

Prerequisites

  • An installation of Apache Geode.
  • Apache Geode Native, built and installed.
  • Apache Geode Native examples, built and installed.
  • A GEODE_HOME environment variable set to the location of the Apache Geode installation.
  • GEODE_HOME/bin in the execution path.

Running

  1. Set the current directory to the dataserializable directory in your example workspace.
$ cd workspace/examples/cpp/dataserializable
  1. Run the startserver.sh script to start the Geode server, create a region, and populate the region with sample data.
$ sh ./startserver.sh
/Users/user/geode/bin/gfsh

(1) Executing - start locator --name=locator
...
(2) Executing - start server --name=server
...
(3) Executing - create region --name=custom_orders --type=PARTITION

Member | Status
------ | -------------------------------------------
server | Region "/custom_orders" created on "server"
  1. Execute dataserializable:
$ build/dataserializable
Create orders
Storing orders in the region
Getting the orders from the region
OrderID: 1
Product Name: product x
Quantity: 23
OrderID: 2
Product Name: product y
Quantity: 37
  1. Stop the server
$ sh ./stopserver.sh
/Users/user/geode/bin/gfsh
(1) Executing - connect
...
(2) Executing - destroy region --name=custom_orders

Member | Status
------ | ----------------------------------------------
server | Region '/custom_orders' destroyed successfully
...
(2) Executing - stop server --name=server
...
(3) Executing - stop locator --name=locator
....