vFabric Suite 5.3
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started with vFabric Suite
    Quick Start Guide
    Overview of vFabric Suite 5.3
      vFabric Suite Editions and Components
      Component Integration and Cross-Platform Consistency
      Optimized for vSphere and Spring-Built Applications
      Product Overviews
        vFabric tc Server 2.9 (Spring Edition)
        vFabric EM4J 1.3
        Spring Insight Operations 1.9
        vFabric Hyperic 5.0
          tc Server Plug-In for Easier Management and Monitoring
          Spring Insight Plug-In for Detailed Application Metrics
        vFabric GemFire 7.0 (Application Cache Node)
          HTTP Session Replication
        vFabric RabbitMQ 3.0
        vFabric Web Server 5.3
        vFabric SQLFire 1.1 (Professional)
        vFabric Application Director 5.0 (Provisioning)
        vFabric Postgres 9.3 (Standard Edition)
    vFabric Suite Licensing
      vFabric Suite Licensing Terminology
      How vFabric Suite Licensing Works
        Licensing for vFabric Suite
        Licensing for Standalone vFabric Components
      Check the Validity of an Existing License Key
    Installing vFabric License Server and Activating Your License
      Installing vFabric License Server on Your vCenter Server
        Guidelines for Creating the vFabric License Server Database Instance
        Create the Microsoft SQL Server ODBC Data Source
        Create the Oracle ODBC Data Source
        Install vFabric License Server on the vCenter Server
      RHEL Only: Installing vFabric License Server Standalone
        Starting and Stopping the Standalone vFabric License Server
        Configure vFabric Components to Communicate with Standalone vFabric License Server
      Activate vFabric Suite Licenses
        Activate a vFabric Suite License in vCenter
        Activate a vFabric Suite License with the Standalone License Server
      Optionally Configure Computer to Track License Usage of OSS Components on RHEL
      Upgrade vFabric License Server on vCenter Server
      Uninstall vFabric License Server from vCenter Server
      Uninstall Standalone vFabric License Server
    Monitoring vFabric License Usage
      Monitor License Usage with Command-Line Tools
      License Monitoring: Command Reference
        current-usage
        current-versions
        usage-over-periods
        versions-over-periods
      Monitor License Usage with the vFabric License Server Reporting UI
      Display the Component Events File in Readable Format
      vCenter License Reporting Manager
    FAQ: vFabric Suite Integration and Off-Cycle Releases
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started with vFabric Suite
    Quick Start Guide
    Overview of vFabric Suite 5.3
      vFabric Suite Editions and Components
      Component Integration and Cross-Platform Consistency
      Optimized for vSphere and Spring-Built Applications
      Product Overviews
        vFabric tc Server 2.9 (Spring Edition)
        vFabric EM4J 1.3
        Spring Insight Operations 1.9
        vFabric Hyperic 5.0
          tc Server Plug-In for Easier Management and Monitoring
          Spring Insight Plug-In for Detailed Application Metrics
        vFabric GemFire 7.0 (Application Cache Node)
          HTTP Session Replication
        vFabric RabbitMQ 3.0
        vFabric Web Server 5.3
        vFabric SQLFire 1.1 (Professional)
        vFabric Application Director 5.0 (Provisioning)
        vFabric Postgres 9.3 (Standard Edition)
    vFabric Suite Licensing
      vFabric Suite Licensing Terminology
      How vFabric Suite Licensing Works
        Licensing for vFabric Suite
        Licensing for Standalone vFabric Components
      Check the Validity of an Existing License Key
    Installing vFabric License Server and Activating Your License
      Installing vFabric License Server on Your vCenter Server
        Guidelines for Creating the vFabric License Server Database Instance
        Create the Microsoft SQL Server ODBC Data Source
        Create the Oracle ODBC Data Source
        Install vFabric License Server on the vCenter Server
      RHEL Only: Installing vFabric License Server Standalone
        Starting and Stopping the Standalone vFabric License Server
        Configure vFabric Components to Communicate with Standalone vFabric License Server
      Activate vFabric Suite Licenses
        Activate a vFabric Suite License in vCenter
        Activate a vFabric Suite License with the Standalone License Server
      Optionally Configure Computer to Track License Usage of OSS Components on RHEL
      Upgrade vFabric License Server on vCenter Server
      Uninstall vFabric License Server from vCenter Server
      Uninstall Standalone vFabric License Server
    Monitoring vFabric License Usage
      Monitor License Usage with Command-Line Tools
      License Monitoring: Command Reference
        current-usage
        current-versions
        usage-over-periods
        versions-over-periods
      Monitor License Usage with the vFabric License Server Reporting UI
      Display the Component Events File in Readable Format
      vCenter License Reporting Manager
    FAQ: vFabric Suite Integration and Off-Cycle Releases
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
vFabric Web Server 5.3
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  vFabric Web Server Installation and Configuration
    Overview of vFabric Web Server
      Information for International Customers
      Complete Packages and Modules in vFabric Web Server 5.3
        mod_fcgid Implementation of Connector to FastCGI
      Differences Between vFabric Web Server and vFabric ERS
    Installing vFabric Web Server
      Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
      Available Distribution Packages
      RHEL: Install vFabric Web Server from an RPM
        Install vFabric Web Server from the VMware RPM Repository
        Install vFabric Web Server From a Downloaded RPM
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric Web Server from a Debian Package
      Unix: Install vFabric Web Server from a Self-Extracting ZIP
      Windows: Install vFabric Web Server from a ZIP File
      Activate a vFabric Web Server Local License
      Description of the vFabric Web Server Installation
    Upgrading vFabric Web Server
      RHEL: Upgrade Using the VMware RPM Repository
      Unix: Upgrade Using a Self-Extracting ZIP
      Windows: Upgrade Using a Self-Extracting ZIP
      Ubuntu: Upgrade Using the vFabric Debian Package Repository
    Migrating Enterprise Ready Server to vFabric Web Server
      Preparing to Migrate
        Audit your Configurations
        Directory Structure Changes
        Apache Module Changes
        Startup Script Changes
      Migration Procedure
    Creating and Using vFabric Web Server Instances
      Description of vFabric Web Server Instances
      Create vFabric Web Server Instances
      newserver Prompts and Command Reference
      Unix: Start and Stop vFabric Web Server Instances
        Installing vFabric Web Server Instances as Unix Services
      Windows: Start and Stop vFabric Web Server Instances
      httpdctl Reference
      Serve a Sample HTML File from Your vFabric Web Server Instance
    Configuring vFabric Web Server Instances
      Using Sample Configuration Files to Enable Features and Modify Configuration
      Configure Load Balancing Between Two or More tc Runtime Instances
      Configure SSL Between vFabric Web Server and vFabric tc Server
        Configure tc Runtime Instances to Use SSL
        Configure the vFabric Web Server Instance to Use SSL
        Restrict Communication With tc Runtime Instances to Known Clients
        Update the Web Server Configuration for HTTPS Connections to tc Runtime Instances
        Configure vFabric Web Server to Authenticate Itself Using a Specific Client Certificate
      Configure BMX for Monitoring vFabric Web Server Instances
      Metrics
        vFabric Web Server Server Metrics
        vFabric Web Server Virtual Host Metrics
    Security Information
      External Interfaces, Ports, and Services
      Resources That Must Be Protected
      Log File Locations
      User Accounts Created at Installation
      Obtaining and Installing Security Updates
    Managing Planned and Unplanned Outages
      Managing Planned Outages
      Managing Unplanned Outages
      Backing Up vFabric Web Server
    Additional Documentation
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  vFabric Web Server Installation and Configuration
    Overview of vFabric Web Server
      Information for International Customers
      Complete Packages and Modules in vFabric Web Server 5.3
        mod_fcgid Implementation of Connector to FastCGI
      Differences Between vFabric Web Server and vFabric ERS
    Installing vFabric Web Server
      Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
      Available Distribution Packages
      RHEL: Install vFabric Web Server from an RPM
        Install vFabric Web Server from the VMware RPM Repository
        Install vFabric Web Server From a Downloaded RPM
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric Web Server from a Debian Package
      Unix: Install vFabric Web Server from a Self-Extracting ZIP
      Windows: Install vFabric Web Server from a ZIP File
      Activate a vFabric Web Server Local License
      Description of the vFabric Web Server Installation
    Upgrading vFabric Web Server
      RHEL: Upgrade Using the VMware RPM Repository
      Unix: Upgrade Using a Self-Extracting ZIP
      Windows: Upgrade Using a Self-Extracting ZIP
      Ubuntu: Upgrade Using the vFabric Debian Package Repository
    Migrating Enterprise Ready Server to vFabric Web Server
      Preparing to Migrate
        Audit your Configurations
        Directory Structure Changes
        Apache Module Changes
        Startup Script Changes
      Migration Procedure
    Creating and Using vFabric Web Server Instances
      Description of vFabric Web Server Instances
      Create vFabric Web Server Instances
      newserver Prompts and Command Reference
      Unix: Start and Stop vFabric Web Server Instances
        Installing vFabric Web Server Instances as Unix Services
      Windows: Start and Stop vFabric Web Server Instances
      httpdctl Reference
      Serve a Sample HTML File from Your vFabric Web Server Instance
    Configuring vFabric Web Server Instances
      Using Sample Configuration Files to Enable Features and Modify Configuration
      Configure Load Balancing Between Two or More tc Runtime Instances
      Configure SSL Between vFabric Web Server and vFabric tc Server
        Configure tc Runtime Instances to Use SSL
        Configure the vFabric Web Server Instance to Use SSL
        Restrict Communication With tc Runtime Instances to Known Clients
        Update the Web Server Configuration for HTTPS Connections to tc Runtime Instances
        Configure vFabric Web Server to Authenticate Itself Using a Specific Client Certificate
      Configure BMX for Monitoring vFabric Web Server Instances
      Metrics
        vFabric Web Server Server Metrics
        vFabric Web Server Virtual Host Metrics
    Security Information
      External Interfaces, Ports, and Services
      Resources That Must Be Protected
      Log File Locations
      User Accounts Created at Installation
      Obtaining and Installing Security Updates
    Managing Planned and Unplanned Outages
      Managing Planned Outages
      Managing Unplanned Outages
      Backing Up vFabric Web Server
    Additional Documentation
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
vFabric tc Server 2.9
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started with vFabric tc Server
    Quick Start
    Overview of tc Server
      Usability Enhancements to Apache Tomcat
      Easy Configuration and Monitoring with the Hyperic tc Server Plug-In
      Agile Application Development with Spring Insight Developer
      Application Cluster Monitoring with Spring Insight Operations
      Enhanced Diagnostics
      tc Server Command-Line Interface and Scripts
      tc Server Editions
        Developer Edition
        Standard Edition
        Spring Edition
      Migrating Java EE Applications to tc Server
      Related Documentation
    Installing vFabric tc Server
      Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
      Install tc Server Standard Edition From a ZIP or TAR File
      Mac OS X: Install vFabric tc Server Developer Edition as a Homebrew Brew
        Install vFabric tc Server Developer Edition
      RHEL: Install vFabric tc Server Standard Edition from an RPM
        Install vFabric tc Server from the VMware RPM Repository
        Install vFabric tc Server From a Downloaded RPM
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric tc Server from the vFabric Debian Package Repository
      Windows: Install tc Server Standard or Developer Edition Using the MSI Installer
      Install tc Server Standard Edition and Hyperic Management Components
      Install tc Server Developer Edition From a ZIP or TAR File
      Activate a vFabric tc Server Local License
      Overview of tc Server Directories, Variables, and Configuration Files
        tc Server Variables
        tc Runtime Instance Directory Structure
        tc Runtime Instance Configuration Files
      Enabling Bash Completion for tc Server Scripts
      Setting Up Unix Users for tc Server and Hyperic
        Creating Users and Groups for Hyperic Agent and tc Server
        Setting the tc Server User in Hyperic
        Enabling Hyperic Agent Access to su or sudo
        Deploying Web Applications on Unix Systems
      Uninstalling tc Server: Typical Steps
        Uninstalling Hyperic Server
        Uninstalling Hyperic Agent
        Uninstalling tc Runtime
    Creating and Managing tc Runtime Instances
      Create and Modify a tc Runtime Instance Manually
        Creating tc Runtime Instances with the tcruntime-instance Command Script
        tcruntime-instance.sh Reference
          create Command
          The apply-template Command
          The modify-version Command
          The upgrade Command
          The list Command
          Getting Help for tcruntime-instance
        Create Evaluation Instances with the createInstance Script
        Pinning tc Runtime Instances to a Specific Version
        Best Practice: Naming tc Runtime Instances
        Differences Between the Separate and Combined Layouts
        Using the tc Runtime Templates
          Creating a Runtime Instance with the tc Runtime Templates
          What the tcruntime-instance Script Does to Create a Runtime Instance
          Template Directory Structure
        Templates Provided by tc Runtime
        Additional Information About Using the SSL Templates
      Windows: Create and Modify a tc Runtime Instance Using the Pivotal tc Server Configurator
        Creating a tc Runtime Instance
        Starting and Stopping a tc Runtime Instance
        Adding Templates to a tc Runtime Instance
        Removing a tc Runtime Instance
      Starting and Stopping tc Runtime Instances
        Unix: Starting and Stopping tc Runtime Instances Interactively Using tcruntime-ctl.sh
        Unix: Starting tc Runtime Instances Automatically at System Boot Time
          About Users and Permissions
          Installing the init.d.sh Script
          Using the /etc/init.d Script
        Windows: Starting and Stopping tc Runtime Instances as Windows Services
        Windows Java Service Wrapper
        tcruntime-ctl Command Reference
        Windows: Setting the Logon-as-Service Right for a Windows User
      Windows: Installing the Hyperic Server and Agents as Windows Services
      Starting and Stopping the Hyperic Server and Agents
        Unix: Starting and Stopping the Hyperic Server and Agent
        Windows: Starting and Stopping the Hyperic Server and Agent
      Get Started with the Hyperic User Interface
      Deploy Applications to tc Runtime Instances
        Deploying Applications Using Tomcat Manager (Developer Edition Only)
        Deploying Multiple Versions of the Same Application
      Embed tc Server
    Security Information
      External Interfaces, Ports, and Services
      Resources That Must Be Protected
      Log File Locations
      User Accounts Created at Installation
      Obtaining and Installing Security Updates
    Upgrade and Migration Guide
      Upgrade a tc Server Instance to a New version of tc Server
      RHEL: Upgrade Using the VMware RPM Repository
      Ubuntu: Upgrade Using the vFabric Debian Package Repository
      Run an ERS Tomcat Instance on tc Server
      Migrate an ERS Tomcat Instance to tc Server
    Tutorial: Using Hyperic to Configure and Manage tc Runtime Instances
      Before You Begin
      Restart a tc Runtime Instance
      Reconfigure a tc Runtime Instance
      Deploy a Web Application to a tc Server Runtime Instance
      Add tc Runtime Instances to the Favorite Resources Portlet
      Create an Hyperic Group of Multiple tc Runtime Instances
      Monitoring tc Runtime Instances
      Manage the Preconfigured Deadlock Detected Alert
    Tutorial: Very Simple HelloWorld Web Application
      Before You Begin
      Creating and Deploying the HelloWorld Web Application
      Java Source of the Hello.java Servlet
        Description of the Hello Servlet
      JSP Source for the hello.jsp JSP
        Description of the hello.jsp
      Sample web.xml File
        Description of the web.xml File
      Sample Default index.html File
      Ant Build File to Compile and Package the Example
        Description of the build.xml File
    Troubleshooting
      Hyperic: Resources Not Showing up in the Hyperic User Interface
      Hyperic: Errors When Trying to Add an Auto-Discovered Resource
      Hyperic Agent: Errors When Starting on Solaris
      tc Runtime: Hot Redeploy/Stop/Undeploy on Windows Fails
      tc Runtime: Error When Running a Web Application on tc Runtime and Using SpringSource Tool Suite
      tc Runtime: JVM Performing a Full GC
  vFabric tc Server Administration
    Overview of tc Server Administration
    Configuring and Monitoring tc Runtime Instances Using Hyperic
      User Permissions Required to Use the tc Server Hyperic Plug-in Features
      Managing tc Runtime-Related Hyperic Alerts
        Viewing and Changing the Preconfigured Alerts
        Viewing and Changing the Metric Collection Interval
        Deadlock Detection
        Excessive Time in Garbage Collection
        Enabling the Slow or Failed Request Alert
        Enabling JDBC Connection Monitoring
      Hyperic tc Server Plugin Metrics
      Securing the Hyperic Server
    Configuring a tc Runtime Instance Manually
      Configuration Files and Templates
      Simple tc Runtime Configuration
        Description of the Basic server.xml File
        Adding a System Properties Listener
      Setting Up a High-Concurrency JDBC Datasource
        Comparing the DBCP Datasource and the tc Runtime Datasource
        Configuring the tc Runtime High-Concurrency JDBC Datasource
        Description of the High Concurrency JDBC Datasource
      Configuring SSL
        Description of the SSL Connector
        Using an APR Connector to Configure SSL
        Creating a Simple Keystore File For Both SSL and OpenSSL
      Using the Apache Portable Runtime (APR)
        Comparing the APR-Enabled server.xml File with Out-of-the-Box server.xml
      Configuring FIPS-140 Mode For a tc Runtime Instance
        Configuring FIPS-140 Mode for BIO and NIO Connectors
        Configuring FIPS-140 Mode for an APR Connector
      Configuring Logging for tc Runtime
        Configuring the JULI Implementation of java.util.logging
        Logging Levels for java.util.logging
        Configuring Asynchronous Logging
          Asynchronous Logging System Properties
        Configuring log4j
          Specifying Included Packages With log4j Logging
          Configuring a Web Application with log4j Logging
        Updating Logging Parameters Dynamically
          Setting a New Logging Level for a Logger
          Example: Create a New Log File and Redirect Debug Output To It
      Obfuscating Passwords in tc Runtime Configuration Files
        Using tcDecoder Class Encoding to Encrypt Passwords
        Using Base64 Encoding to Obfuscate Passwords
        Using a Passphrase to Encrypt Passwords
        Storing Passphrases and Encrypted Properties in Separate Files
        Being Prompted for the Passphrase When you Start the Instance
        General Security Best Practices
      Configuring an Oracle DataSource With Proxied Usernames
      Reporting Status for a Deployed Application, Host, or Engine
      Enabling Thread Diagnostics
      Configuring a tc Runtime Instance to Obtain Its JMX Credentials from LDAP
    Using the tc Server Command-Line Interface
      Overview of tcsadmin
      HQ API Command-Line Interface (hqapi.sh)
      Tips for Windows Users
      Downloading the tcsadmin Command-Line Interface
      General Syntax of the tcsadmin Command-Line Interface
      List of Commands
      Connection Parameters
      Using Special Characters as Parameter Values
      Group Command Behavior
      Exit Codes
      Getting Help
      Inventory Commands
        list-servers
        modify-server
        list-groups
        create-group
        add-server-to-group
        remove-server-from-group
        delete-group
      Application Management Commands
        list-applications
        deploy-application
        start-application
        stop-application
        reload-application
        undeploy-application
      tc Runtime and Group Configuration Commands
        get-file
        put-file
        list-jvm-options
        set-jvm-options
      tc Runtime and Group Control Commands: Reference
        start
        stop
        restart
    Creating tc Runtime Templates
      Parts of a Template
        README.txt
        Environment
          Automatic Boilerplate Decoration
          Memory and Stack Size JAVA_OPTS Filtering
          JVM Type Specific Properties
          OS Family Specific Properties
          VM Architecture Specific Properties
          Combining Values in Qualified Properties
        XML Configuration Fragments
        Logging Properties Fragment
        Modifying Properties Files
        Other Files
      Property Substitution
        Implicit Properties
        Configuration Prompts
      Platform Specificity
        Files Excluded on Unix
        Files Excluded on Windows
        Template Files Excluded
      Splitting a Template for Tomcat Versions
    Managing Planned and Unplanned Outages
      Managing Planned Outages
      Managing Unplanned Outages
      Backing Up vFabric tc Server
    Enabling Clustering for High Availability
      Additional Cluster Documentation from Apache
      High-Level Steps for Creating and Using tc Runtime Clusters
        Web Application Requirements for Using Session Replication
        Network Considerations
      Configuring a Simple tc Runtime Cluster
      Advanced Cluster Configuration Options
        Changing the Default Multicast Address and Port
        Changing the Maximum Time After Which an Unresponsive Cluster Member Is Dropped
        Replicating a Session to a Single Backup Member
  Spring Insight Developer
    Supported Configurations and System Requirements
    What Is Spring Insight Developer?
      What You Can Do with Spring Insight
        Agile Development
        QA Rear View Mirror
        Load and Performance Testing
        Extended Customization with the Spring Insight Developer Kit
        Browser Performance Data from Integration with Google SpeedTracer
      How Spring Insight Works
      Key Concepts and Terminology
    Install and Configure Insight Developer
      Install Insight Developer
      Configure Spring Insight
      Increasing Memory when Using Spring Insight
    Using Spring Insight
      Before You Begin
      Invoke Spring Insight
      Browse Applications and End Points
      Viewing Recent Activity of Your Application
      Filtering Trace Details
      Exporting and Importing Traces
      Customizing End Point Thresholds
      Viewing Spring Insight Data In Google Speed Tracer
      Using Annotations To Customize Spring Insight Data For Your Application
        @InsightCustomEndpoint
        @InsightOperation
        @InsightEndPoint
        @InsightEndPointQualifier
        @InsightObscure
        @InsightSensitive Reference
        Example of Using Spring Insight Annotations
        Getting the Annotation JAR File
      Creating Dynamic Concrete Aspects
    Overview of Spring Insight Development
      Prerequisites for Installing the Spring Insight Developer Kit
      Installing the Spring Insight Developer Kit
    Using the Spring Insight Plug-ins
      Relationships Among Spring Insight Objects and Plug-ins
      Building and Deploying the Sample Plug-in
      Using the Sample Plug-in
        Sample Plug-in Files
        CashMoneyOperation.java
        CashMoneyOperationCollectionAspect.aj
        insight-plugin-myplugin.xml
        cash_money_operation.ftl
        Collecting Runtime Data
        Operation Rendering in the UI
        EndPointAnalyzer
      Building a Plug-in from the Source Code
    Core Plug-in Reference
      Akka
      annotation
      apache-http-client3
      apache-http-client4
      Axon
      blazeds
      Cassandra
      eclipse-persistence
      ehcache
      ejb3
      files-tracker
      gemfire
      grails
      Hadoop
      hibernate
      jax-rs
      JCR
      jdbc
      jms
      JNDI
      jpa
      jta
      jws
      ldap
      logging
      mail
      mongodb
      quartz-scheduler
      rabbitmq-client
      redis
      RMI
      run-exec
      servlet
      socket
      spring-batch
      spring-core
      spring-data
      spring-integration
      spring-security
      spring-tx
      spring-web
      spring-webflow
      Struts2
      tomcat
      Server-Based Instrumentation
    Tutorial: Creating an Insight Plug-in with the Insight Development Kit
    Contributing Plugins to Insight Core
  Spring Insight Operations
    Supported Configurations and System Requirements
    Overview of Spring Insight Operations
      How Spring Insight Operations Works
        How Insight Operations Controls Data Collection and Reduces Overhead
        Agent - Dashboard Communication
      Comparing Spring Insight Operations and Spring Insight Developer
    Installation and Configuration Procedures
      Master Process: Installation and Configuration Steps
      Installation and Configuration Overview
      Dashboard Installation and Configuration Topics
        Install Dashboard Template from ZIP Archive
        Install Insight Dashboard Template from RPM
        Create and Start Dashboard
        Configure User Accounts in Insight
        Configure Users in LDAP
        Configure HTTP Transport
        Configure ActiveMQ Transport
        Configure RabbitMQ Transport
        Configure Dashboard Data Management
        Configure Agent Defaults
        Insight Dashboard Properties
      Agent Installation and Configuration Topics
        Install Agent Using insight-agent.jar
        Agent Installer Properties
        Install Agent on WebLogic Server
        Install Agent on tc Server Using A Template
        Configure the Insight Agent
        Insight Agent Properties
    Using Insight Operations
      Invoke Spring Insight Operations in Your Browser
      Browse all Applications, Servers, and End Points
      View Recent Activity of Your Application
      Filter Trace Details
      Export and Import Traces
      Customize End Point Thresholds
      Enable and Disable Collection Strategies
      Viewing Spring Insight Data In Google Speed Tracer
    Agent Management API
      agents
        GET /services/agent-management/agents
        GET /services/agent-management/agents/{agent id}
        PUT /services/agent-management/agents/status
      Plugins
        GET /services/agent-management/plugins
        PUT /services/agent-management/plugins/status
      Collection Strategies
        GET /services/agent-management/strategy/tracing
        PUT /services/agent-management/strategy/tracing
      User Defined End point Analyzers
        GET /services/agent-management/userdefinedendpoints
        PUT /services/agent-management/agents/userdefinedendpoints/create
        PUT /services/agent-management/agents/userdefinedendpoints/delete
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started with vFabric tc Server
    Quick Start
    Overview of tc Server
      Usability Enhancements to Apache Tomcat
      Easy Configuration and Monitoring with the Hyperic tc Server Plug-In
      Agile Application Development with Spring Insight Developer
      Application Cluster Monitoring with Spring Insight Operations
      Enhanced Diagnostics
      tc Server Command-Line Interface and Scripts
      tc Server Editions
        Developer Edition
        Standard Edition
        Spring Edition
      Migrating Java EE Applications to tc Server
      Related Documentation
    Installing vFabric tc Server
      Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
      Install tc Server Standard Edition From a ZIP or TAR File
      Mac OS X: Install vFabric tc Server Developer Edition as a Homebrew Brew
        Install vFabric tc Server Developer Edition
      RHEL: Install vFabric tc Server Standard Edition from an RPM
        Install vFabric tc Server from the VMware RPM Repository
        Install vFabric tc Server From a Downloaded RPM
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric tc Server from the vFabric Debian Package Repository
      Windows: Install tc Server Standard or Developer Edition Using the MSI Installer
      Install tc Server Standard Edition and Hyperic Management Components
      Install tc Server Developer Edition From a ZIP or TAR File
      Activate a vFabric tc Server Local License
      Overview of tc Server Directories, Variables, and Configuration Files
        tc Server Variables
        tc Runtime Instance Directory Structure
        tc Runtime Instance Configuration Files
      Enabling Bash Completion for tc Server Scripts
      Setting Up Unix Users for tc Server and Hyperic
        Creating Users and Groups for Hyperic Agent and tc Server
        Setting the tc Server User in Hyperic
        Enabling Hyperic Agent Access to su or sudo
        Deploying Web Applications on Unix Systems
      Uninstalling tc Server: Typical Steps
        Uninstalling Hyperic Server
        Uninstalling Hyperic Agent
        Uninstalling tc Runtime
    Creating and Managing tc Runtime Instances
      Create and Modify a tc Runtime Instance Manually
        Creating tc Runtime Instances with the tcruntime-instance Command Script
        tcruntime-instance.sh Reference
          create Command
          The apply-template Command
          The modify-version Command
          The upgrade Command
          The list Command
          Getting Help for tcruntime-instance
        Create Evaluation Instances with the createInstance Script
        Pinning tc Runtime Instances to a Specific Version
        Best Practice: Naming tc Runtime Instances
        Differences Between the Separate and Combined Layouts
        Using the tc Runtime Templates
          Creating a Runtime Instance with the tc Runtime Templates
          What the tcruntime-instance Script Does to Create a Runtime Instance
          Template Directory Structure
        Templates Provided by tc Runtime
        Additional Information About Using the SSL Templates
      Windows: Create and Modify a tc Runtime Instance Using the Pivotal tc Server Configurator
        Creating a tc Runtime Instance
        Starting and Stopping a tc Runtime Instance
        Adding Templates to a tc Runtime Instance
        Removing a tc Runtime Instance
      Starting and Stopping tc Runtime Instances
        Unix: Starting and Stopping tc Runtime Instances Interactively Using tcruntime-ctl.sh
        Unix: Starting tc Runtime Instances Automatically at System Boot Time
          About Users and Permissions
          Installing the init.d.sh Script
          Using the /etc/init.d Script
        Windows: Starting and Stopping tc Runtime Instances as Windows Services
        Windows Java Service Wrapper
        tcruntime-ctl Command Reference
        Windows: Setting the Logon-as-Service Right for a Windows User
      Windows: Installing the Hyperic Server and Agents as Windows Services
      Starting and Stopping the Hyperic Server and Agents
        Unix: Starting and Stopping the Hyperic Server and Agent
        Windows: Starting and Stopping the Hyperic Server and Agent
      Get Started with the Hyperic User Interface
      Deploy Applications to tc Runtime Instances
        Deploying Applications Using Tomcat Manager (Developer Edition Only)
        Deploying Multiple Versions of the Same Application
      Embed tc Server
    Security Information
      External Interfaces, Ports, and Services
      Resources That Must Be Protected
      Log File Locations
      User Accounts Created at Installation
      Obtaining and Installing Security Updates
    Upgrade and Migration Guide
      Upgrade a tc Server Instance to a New version of tc Server
      RHEL: Upgrade Using the VMware RPM Repository
      Ubuntu: Upgrade Using the vFabric Debian Package Repository
      Run an ERS Tomcat Instance on tc Server
      Migrate an ERS Tomcat Instance to tc Server
    Tutorial: Using Hyperic to Configure and Manage tc Runtime Instances
      Before You Begin
      Restart a tc Runtime Instance
      Reconfigure a tc Runtime Instance
      Deploy a Web Application to a tc Server Runtime Instance
      Add tc Runtime Instances to the Favorite Resources Portlet
      Create an Hyperic Group of Multiple tc Runtime Instances
      Monitoring tc Runtime Instances
      Manage the Preconfigured Deadlock Detected Alert
    Tutorial: Very Simple HelloWorld Web Application
      Before You Begin
      Creating and Deploying the HelloWorld Web Application
      Java Source of the Hello.java Servlet
        Description of the Hello Servlet
      JSP Source for the hello.jsp JSP
        Description of the hello.jsp
      Sample web.xml File
        Description of the web.xml File
      Sample Default index.html File
      Ant Build File to Compile and Package the Example
        Description of the build.xml File
    Troubleshooting
      Hyperic: Resources Not Showing up in the Hyperic User Interface
      Hyperic: Errors When Trying to Add an Auto-Discovered Resource
      Hyperic Agent: Errors When Starting on Solaris
      tc Runtime: Hot Redeploy/Stop/Undeploy on Windows Fails
      tc Runtime: Error When Running a Web Application on tc Runtime and Using SpringSource Tool Suite
      tc Runtime: JVM Performing a Full GC
  vFabric tc Server Administration
    Overview of tc Server Administration
    Configuring and Monitoring tc Runtime Instances Using Hyperic
      User Permissions Required to Use the tc Server Hyperic Plug-in Features
      Managing tc Runtime-Related Hyperic Alerts
        Viewing and Changing the Preconfigured Alerts
        Viewing and Changing the Metric Collection Interval
        Deadlock Detection
        Excessive Time in Garbage Collection
        Enabling the Slow or Failed Request Alert
        Enabling JDBC Connection Monitoring
      Hyperic tc Server Plugin Metrics
      Securing the Hyperic Server
    Configuring a tc Runtime Instance Manually
      Configuration Files and Templates
      Simple tc Runtime Configuration
        Description of the Basic server.xml File
        Adding a System Properties Listener
      Setting Up a High-Concurrency JDBC Datasource
        Comparing the DBCP Datasource and the tc Runtime Datasource
        Configuring the tc Runtime High-Concurrency JDBC Datasource
        Description of the High Concurrency JDBC Datasource
      Configuring SSL
        Description of the SSL Connector
        Using an APR Connector to Configure SSL
        Creating a Simple Keystore File For Both SSL and OpenSSL
      Using the Apache Portable Runtime (APR)
        Comparing the APR-Enabled server.xml File with Out-of-the-Box server.xml
      Configuring FIPS-140 Mode For a tc Runtime Instance
        Configuring FIPS-140 Mode for BIO and NIO Connectors
        Configuring FIPS-140 Mode for an APR Connector
      Configuring Logging for tc Runtime
        Configuring the JULI Implementation of java.util.logging
        Logging Levels for java.util.logging
        Configuring Asynchronous Logging
          Asynchronous Logging System Properties
        Configuring log4j
          Specifying Included Packages With log4j Logging
          Configuring a Web Application with log4j Logging
        Updating Logging Parameters Dynamically
          Setting a New Logging Level for a Logger
          Example: Create a New Log File and Redirect Debug Output To It
      Obfuscating Passwords in tc Runtime Configuration Files
        Using tcDecoder Class Encoding to Encrypt Passwords
        Using Base64 Encoding to Obfuscate Passwords
        Using a Passphrase to Encrypt Passwords
        Storing Passphrases and Encrypted Properties in Separate Files
        Being Prompted for the Passphrase When you Start the Instance
        General Security Best Practices
      Configuring an Oracle DataSource With Proxied Usernames
      Reporting Status for a Deployed Application, Host, or Engine
      Enabling Thread Diagnostics
      Configuring a tc Runtime Instance to Obtain Its JMX Credentials from LDAP
    Using the tc Server Command-Line Interface
      Overview of tcsadmin
      HQ API Command-Line Interface (hqapi.sh)
      Tips for Windows Users
      Downloading the tcsadmin Command-Line Interface
      General Syntax of the tcsadmin Command-Line Interface
      List of Commands
      Connection Parameters
      Using Special Characters as Parameter Values
      Group Command Behavior
      Exit Codes
      Getting Help
      Inventory Commands
        list-servers
        modify-server
        list-groups
        create-group
        add-server-to-group
        remove-server-from-group
        delete-group
      Application Management Commands
        list-applications
        deploy-application
        start-application
        stop-application
        reload-application
        undeploy-application
      tc Runtime and Group Configuration Commands
        get-file
        put-file
        list-jvm-options
        set-jvm-options
      tc Runtime and Group Control Commands: Reference
        start
        stop
        restart
    Creating tc Runtime Templates
      Parts of a Template
        README.txt
        Environment
          Automatic Boilerplate Decoration
          Memory and Stack Size JAVA_OPTS Filtering
          JVM Type Specific Properties
          OS Family Specific Properties
          VM Architecture Specific Properties
          Combining Values in Qualified Properties
        XML Configuration Fragments
        Logging Properties Fragment
        Modifying Properties Files
        Other Files
      Property Substitution
        Implicit Properties
        Configuration Prompts
      Platform Specificity
        Files Excluded on Unix
        Files Excluded on Windows
        Template Files Excluded
      Splitting a Template for Tomcat Versions
    Managing Planned and Unplanned Outages
      Managing Planned Outages
      Managing Unplanned Outages
      Backing Up vFabric tc Server
    Enabling Clustering for High Availability
      Additional Cluster Documentation from Apache
      High-Level Steps for Creating and Using tc Runtime Clusters
        Web Application Requirements for Using Session Replication
        Network Considerations
      Configuring a Simple tc Runtime Cluster
      Advanced Cluster Configuration Options
        Changing the Default Multicast Address and Port
        Changing the Maximum Time After Which an Unresponsive Cluster Member Is Dropped
        Replicating a Session to a Single Backup Member
  Spring Insight Developer
    Supported Configurations and System Requirements
    What Is Spring Insight Developer?
      What You Can Do with Spring Insight
        Agile Development
        QA Rear View Mirror
        Load and Performance Testing
        Extended Customization with the Spring Insight Developer Kit
        Browser Performance Data from Integration with Google SpeedTracer
      How Spring Insight Works
      Key Concepts and Terminology
    Install and Configure Insight Developer
      Install Insight Developer
      Configure Spring Insight
      Increasing Memory when Using Spring Insight
    Using Spring Insight
      Before You Begin
      Invoke Spring Insight
      Browse Applications and End Points
      Viewing Recent Activity of Your Application
      Filtering Trace Details
      Exporting and Importing Traces
      Customizing End Point Thresholds
      Viewing Spring Insight Data In Google Speed Tracer
      Using Annotations To Customize Spring Insight Data For Your Application
        @InsightCustomEndpoint
        @InsightOperation
        @InsightEndPoint
        @InsightEndPointQualifier
        @InsightObscure
        @InsightSensitive Reference
        Example of Using Spring Insight Annotations
        Getting the Annotation JAR File
      Creating Dynamic Concrete Aspects
    Overview of Spring Insight Development
      Prerequisites for Installing the Spring Insight Developer Kit
      Installing the Spring Insight Developer Kit
    Using the Spring Insight Plug-ins
      Relationships Among Spring Insight Objects and Plug-ins
      Building and Deploying the Sample Plug-in
      Using the Sample Plug-in
        Sample Plug-in Files
        CashMoneyOperation.java
        CashMoneyOperationCollectionAspect.aj
        insight-plugin-myplugin.xml
        cash_money_operation.ftl
        Collecting Runtime Data
        Operation Rendering in the UI
        EndPointAnalyzer
      Building a Plug-in from the Source Code
    Core Plug-in Reference
      Akka
      annotation
      apache-http-client3
      apache-http-client4
      Axon
      blazeds
      Cassandra
      eclipse-persistence
      ehcache
      ejb3
      files-tracker
      gemfire
      grails
      Hadoop
      hibernate
      jax-rs
      JCR
      jdbc
      jms
      JNDI
      jpa
      jta
      jws
      ldap
      logging
      mail
      mongodb
      quartz-scheduler
      rabbitmq-client
      redis
      RMI
      run-exec
      servlet
      socket
      spring-batch
      spring-core
      spring-data
      spring-integration
      spring-security
      spring-tx
      spring-web
      spring-webflow
      Struts2
      tomcat
      Server-Based Instrumentation
    Tutorial: Creating an Insight Plug-in with the Insight Development Kit
    Contributing Plugins to Insight Core
  Spring Insight Operations
    Supported Configurations and System Requirements
    Overview of Spring Insight Operations
      How Spring Insight Operations Works
        How Insight Operations Controls Data Collection and Reduces Overhead
        Agent - Dashboard Communication
      Comparing Spring Insight Operations and Spring Insight Developer
    Installation and Configuration Procedures
      Master Process: Installation and Configuration Steps
      Installation and Configuration Overview
      Dashboard Installation and Configuration Topics
        Install Dashboard Template from ZIP Archive
        Install Insight Dashboard Template from RPM
        Create and Start Dashboard
        Configure User Accounts in Insight
        Configure Users in LDAP
        Configure HTTP Transport
        Configure ActiveMQ Transport
        Configure RabbitMQ Transport
        Configure Dashboard Data Management
        Configure Agent Defaults
        Insight Dashboard Properties
      Agent Installation and Configuration Topics
        Install Agent Using insight-agent.jar
        Agent Installer Properties
        Install Agent on WebLogic Server
        Install Agent on tc Server Using A Template
        Configure the Insight Agent
        Insight Agent Properties
    Using Insight Operations
      Invoke Spring Insight Operations in Your Browser
      Browse all Applications, Servers, and End Points
      View Recent Activity of Your Application
      Filter Trace Details
      Export and Import Traces
      Customize End Point Thresholds
      Enable and Disable Collection Strategies
      Viewing Spring Insight Data In Google Speed Tracer
    Agent Management API
      agents
        GET /services/agent-management/agents
        GET /services/agent-management/agents/{agent id}
        PUT /services/agent-management/agents/status
      Plugins
        GET /services/agent-management/plugins
        PUT /services/agent-management/plugins/status
      Collection Strategies
        GET /services/agent-management/strategy/tracing
        PUT /services/agent-management/strategy/tracing
      User Defined End point Analyzers
        GET /services/agent-management/userdefinedendpoints
        PUT /services/agent-management/agents/userdefinedendpoints/create
        PUT /services/agent-management/agents/userdefinedendpoints/delete
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
vFabric Elastic Memory for Java 1.3
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Using vFabric Elastic Memory for Java
    Main Components and Benefits of EM4J
    Installing and Configuring EM4J
      Summary of Installation Tasks
      Installing the vSphere Web Client EM4J Plug-in
      Disabling the vSphere Web Client EM4J Plug-in
      Installing the Standalone EM4J Distribution
      Enabling EM4J Ballooning in the Virtual Machine
        Setting EM4J Configuration Parameters with the vSphere Web Client
      Setting Up and Running the Console Guest Collector
        Installation Prerequisites
        Installing the Console Guest Collector as a Service
        Starting the Console Guest Collector from a Shell
        Managing the Console Guest Collector
      Creating and Starting an EM4J-Enabled tc Runtime Instance
      Configuring an EM4J-Enabled tc Runtime Instance
      Setting JVM System Properties
    Using Elastic Memory for Java with Apache Tomcat
    Security Information
      External Ports
      Resources That Must be Protected
      Log File Locations
      User Accounts Created at Installation
    Configuring Virtual Machines for Java Workloads
      Challenges to Configuring VMs with Java Workloads
      Historical and Real-Time Data for ESXi VM Memory and JVM Memory
      Understanding Heap Memory Management
      Observing Memory Use on the Workload Performance Graph
      Guidelines for Right-Sizing
      When Potential Heap Size Exceeds vRAM Size
      How Guest Ballooning Affects the Guest
      Ballooning vs. Right-Sizing
      EM4J Balloon
      Large Pages
      Distributing Multiple Java Workloads Among Virtual Machines
    Monitoring vFabric EM4J
      vSphere 5.1: Monitoring Memory with vSphere Web Client
        Viewing Java Workloads in the vSphere Web Client
          Summary Tab
          Monitor Tab
            Issues Tab
            Resource Allocation Tab
          Related Objects Tab
        Monitoring Workload Performance
      vSphere 5.0: Monitoring Memory with vSphere Web Client
        Viewing Java Workloads in the vSphere Web Client
          Summary Tab
          Alerts Tab
          Monitor Tab
          History Tab
      Monitoring Memory with EM4J MBeans
        Monitoring EM4J MBeans with Hyperic Server
          Adding a JVM to the Hyperic User Interface
          Viewing EM4J MBeans in the Hyperic User Interface
        Monitoring EM4J MBeans with JConsole
        EM4J MBean Reference
          BalloonConfig MBean
          BalloonInternals MBean
          JvmBalloonState MBean
          TransparentHeapSharing MBean
          VmBalloonState MBean
      EM4J and DRS or vMotion
      Virtual Machine Suspend-and-Resume
    How ESXi and the EM4J Agent Improve Memory Utilization
      Transparent Page Sharing
      VMware Tools Balloon
      EM4J Balloon
      Memory Compression
      Transparent Heap Sharing
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Using vFabric Elastic Memory for Java
    Main Components and Benefits of EM4J
    Installing and Configuring EM4J
      Summary of Installation Tasks
      Installing the vSphere Web Client EM4J Plug-in
      Disabling the vSphere Web Client EM4J Plug-in
      Installing the Standalone EM4J Distribution
      Enabling EM4J Ballooning in the Virtual Machine
        Setting EM4J Configuration Parameters with the vSphere Web Client
      Setting Up and Running the Console Guest Collector
        Installation Prerequisites
        Installing the Console Guest Collector as a Service
        Starting the Console Guest Collector from a Shell
        Managing the Console Guest Collector
      Creating and Starting an EM4J-Enabled tc Runtime Instance
      Configuring an EM4J-Enabled tc Runtime Instance
      Setting JVM System Properties
    Using Elastic Memory for Java with Apache Tomcat
    Security Information
      External Ports
      Resources That Must be Protected
      Log File Locations
      User Accounts Created at Installation
    Configuring Virtual Machines for Java Workloads
      Challenges to Configuring VMs with Java Workloads
      Historical and Real-Time Data for ESXi VM Memory and JVM Memory
      Understanding Heap Memory Management
      Observing Memory Use on the Workload Performance Graph
      Guidelines for Right-Sizing
      When Potential Heap Size Exceeds vRAM Size
      How Guest Ballooning Affects the Guest
      Ballooning vs. Right-Sizing
      EM4J Balloon
      Large Pages
      Distributing Multiple Java Workloads Among Virtual Machines
    Monitoring vFabric EM4J
      vSphere 5.1: Monitoring Memory with vSphere Web Client
        Viewing Java Workloads in the vSphere Web Client
          Summary Tab
          Monitor Tab
            Issues Tab
            Resource Allocation Tab
          Related Objects Tab
        Monitoring Workload Performance
      vSphere 5.0: Monitoring Memory with vSphere Web Client
        Viewing Java Workloads in the vSphere Web Client
          Summary Tab
          Alerts Tab
          Monitor Tab
          History Tab
      Monitoring Memory with EM4J MBeans
        Monitoring EM4J MBeans with Hyperic Server
          Adding a JVM to the Hyperic User Interface
          Viewing EM4J MBeans in the Hyperic User Interface
        Monitoring EM4J MBeans with JConsole
        EM4J MBean Reference
          BalloonConfig MBean
          BalloonInternals MBean
          JvmBalloonState MBean
          TransparentHeapSharing MBean
          VmBalloonState MBean
      EM4J and DRS or vMotion
      Virtual Machine Suspend-and-Resume
    How ESXi and the EM4J Agent Improve Memory Utilization
      Transparent Page Sharing
      VMware Tools Balloon
      EM4J Balloon
      Memory Compression
      Transparent Heap Sharing
vFabric GemFire 7.0
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
    vFabric GemFire Supported Configurations
      Host Machine Requirements
      Dependencies on Linux RPM Packages
      Running vFabric GemFire in Pure Java Mode
    vFabric GemFire Tools Supported Configurations
      GemFire Pulse System Requirements
      DataBrowser System Requirements
      VSD System Requirements
    vFabric GemFire Native Client Supported Configurations
    vFabric GemFire Modules Supported Configurations
  vFabric GemFire User's Guide
    Documentation Roadmap
    Getting Started with vFabric GemFire
      vFabric GemFire in 15 Minutes or Less
      About vFabric GemFire
      Main Features of vFabric GemFire
      Installing vFabric GemFire
        Pre-Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
        RHEL: Install vFabric GemFire (Standalone) from RPM
        RHEL: Install vFabric GemFire (vFabric Suite) from the VMware YUM Repository
        Install vFabric GemFire from a ZIP File
        How to Uninstall GemFire
      Upgrading vFabric GemFire
        Before You Upgrade
        RHEL: Upgrade vFabric GemFire (Standalone) from RPM
        RHEL: Upgrade vFabric GemFire (vFabric Suite) from the VMware YUM Repository
        Upgrade vFabric GemFire from a ZIP File
        Performing a Rolling Upgrade
        vFabric GemFire Version Compatibility Rules
      Understanding vFabric GemFire Licenses
        vFabric Suite and vFabric GemFire Licenses
        vFabric GemFire License Options
        Choosing a License Option Based on Topology
        Checking License Quantity
        How GemFire Manages Licenses
      Installing and Configuring vFabric GemFire Licenses
        Option 1: Install Serial Numbers in gemfire.properties
        Option 2: Install Serial Numbers in vFabric Serial Number Files
        vFabric Suite Only: Configure GemFire for vFabric License Server
        Troubleshooting Issues with vFabric GemFire Licenses
      Setting Up the Product Examples
      vFabric GemFire Tutorial
        Tutorial Introduction
        vFabric GemFire Features Demonstrated in the Tutorial
        Sample Social Networking Application
        Running the Tutorial
        Exploring Other Features with the Tutorial
      Hello World Example
        Introduction to the Hello World Example
        Walkthrough of the Example Files
          gemfire.properties
          xml/HelloWorld.xml (cache.xml)
          HelloWorldProducer.java and helloworld/HelloWorldConsumer.java
          helloworld/SimpleCacheListener.java
      QuickStart Examples
        Setting Up Your Environment
        Management and Monitoring Example
        JSON Example
        Replicated Caching Example
        Server Managed Caching Example
        Partitioned Data Caching Example
        Fixed Partitioning
        Reliable Event Notification Examples
          Interest Registration Example
          Continuous Querying Example
          Durable Event Messaging Example
        Persisting Data to Disk Example
        Overflowing Data to Disk Example
        Cache Expiration Example
        Cache Eviction Example
        Querying Example (OQL)
        Transactions Example
        Delta Propagation Example
        Function Execution Example
        Secure Client Example
        Multiple Secure Client Example
        Distributed Locking Example
        Benchmark Examples
          Peer-to-Peer Benchmark Example
          Client Server Benchmark Example
          Benchmark Parameters
        Troubleshooting Checklist
    Getting Started with Spring Data GemFire
      About vFabric GemFire
      About Spring Data GemFire
        Overview of Application Development with Spring Data GemFire
        Recommended Development Model
        Spring Data GemFire Code Examples
        Additional Resources
      Configuring GemFire Components with the Spring Framework
        System Requirements
        Downloading vFabric GemFire and Spring Data GemFire Components
        Configuring Caches
        Configuring Regions
        Configuring Cache Listeners
        Configuring a Client/Server Architecture
        Configuring Continuous Querying
        Configuring Persistence
        Configuring Transactions
        Configuring Functions
        Additional Spring Data GemFire Examples
    Basic Configuration and Programming
      Distributed System and Cache Configuration
        Distributed System Members
        Options for Configuring the Distributed System
        Options for Configuring the Cache and Data Regions
        Local and Remote Membership and Caching
      Cache Management
        Introduction to Cache Management
        Managing a Peer or Server Cache
        Managing a Client Cache
        Managing a Cache in a Secure System
        Managing RegionServices for Multiple Secure Users
        Launching an Application after Initializing the Cache
      Data Regions
        Data Region Management
        Creating a Region with gfsh
        Creating a Region Through the cache.xml File
        Creating a Region Through the API
        Region Naming
        Region Shortcuts and Custom Named Region Attributes
        Storing and Retrieving Region Shortcuts and Custom Named Region Attributes
        Managing Region Attributes
        Creating Custom Attributes for Regions and Entries
      Data Entries
        Managing Data Entries
        Requirements for Using Custom Classes in Data Caching
    Topologies and Communication
      Topology and Communication General Concepts
        Topology Types
        Planning Topology and Communication
        How Member Discovery Works
        How Communication Works
        Using Bind Addresses
        Choosing Between IPv4 and IPv6
      Peer-to-Peer Configuration
        Configuring Peer-to-Peer Discovery
        Configuring Peer Communication
        Organizing Peers into Logical Member Groups
      Client/Server Configuration
        Standard Client/Server Deployment
        How Server Discovery Works
        How Client/Server Connections Work
        Configuring a Client/Server System
        Organizing Servers Into Logical Member Groups
        Client/Server Example Configurations
        Fine-Tuning Your Client/Server Configuration
      Multi-site (WAN) Configuration
        How Multi-site (WAN) Systems Work
          Overview of Multi-site Caching
          Consistency for WAN Updates
          Discovery for Multi-Site Systems
          Gateway Senders
          Gateway Receivers
        Multi-site (WAN) Topologies
        Configuring a Multi-site (WAN) System
        Filtering Events for Multi-Site (WAN) Distribution
        Resolving Conflicting Events
    Developing with vFabric GemFire
      Region Data Storage and Distribution
        Storage and Distribution Options
        Region Types
        Region Data Stores and Data Accessors
        Creating Regions Dynamically
      Partitioned Regions
        Understanding Partitioning
        Configuring Partitioned Regions
        Configuring the Number of Buckets for a Partitioned Region
        Custom-Partitioning and Co-locating Data
          Understanding Custom Partitioning and Data Colocation
          Custom-Partition Your Region Data
          Co-locate Data from Different Partitioned Regions
        Configuring High Availability for Partitioned Regions
          Understanding High Availability for Partitioned Regions
          Configure High Availability for a Partitioned Region
            Set the Number of Redundant Copies
            Configure Redundancy Zones for Members
            Set Enforce Unique Host
            Configure Member Crash Redundancy Recovery for a Partitioned Region
            Configure Member Join Redundancy Recovery for a Partitioned Region
        Configuring Single-Hop Client Access to Server-Partitioned Regions
          Understanding Client Single-Hop Access to Server-Partitioned Regions
          Configure Client Single-Hop Access to Server-Partitioned Regions
        Rebalancing Partitioned Region Data
      Distributed and Replicated Regions
        How Distribution Works
        Options for Region Distribution
        How Replication and Preloading Work
        Configure Distributed, Replicated, and Preloaded Regions
        Locking in Global Regions
      Consistency for Region Updates
        Consistency Checking by Region Type
        Configuring Consistency Checking
        Overhead for Consistency Checks
        How Consistency Checking Works for Replicated Regions
        How Destroy and Clear Operations Are Resolved
        Transactions with Consistent Regions
        How Consistency Is Achieved in WAN Deployments
      General Region Data Management
        Persistence and Overflow
          How Persistence and Overflow Work
          Configure Region Persistence and Overflow
          Overflow Configuration Examples
        Eviction
          How Eviction Works
          Configure Data Eviction
        Expiration
          How Expiration Works
          Configure Data Expiration
        Keeping the Cache in Sync with Outside Data Sources
          Overview of Outside Data Sources
          How Data Loaders Work
          Implement a Data Loader
      Data Serialization
        Overview of Data Serialization
        vFabric GemFire PDX Serialization
          GemFire PDX Serialization Features
          High Level Steps for Using PDX Serialization
          Using Automatic Reflection-Based PDX Serialization
            Customizing Serialization with Class Pattern Strings
            Extending the ReflectionBasedAutoSerializer
          Serializing Your Domain Object with a PdxSerializer
          Implementing PdxSerializable in Your Domain Object
          Programming Your Application to Use PdxInstances
          Adding JSON Documents to the GemFire Cache
          Using PdxInstanceFactory to Create PdxInstances
          Persisting PDX Metadata to Disk
          Using PDX Objects as Region Entry Keys
        vFabric GemFire Data Serialization (DataSerializable and DataSerializer)
        Standard Java Serialization
      Events and Event Handling
        How Events Work
          Peer-to-Peer Event Distribution
          Client-to-Server Event Distribution
          Multi-Site (WAN) Event Distribution
          List of Event Handlers and Events
        Implementing GemFire Event Handlers
          Implementing Cache Event Handlers
          Implementing an AsyncEventListener for Write-Behind Cache Event Handling
          How to Safely Modify the Cache from an Event Handler Callback
          Cache Event Handler Examples
        Configuring Peer-to-Peer Event Messaging
        Configuring Client/Server Event Messaging
          Configuring Highly Available Servers
            Highly Available Client/Server Event Messaging
          Implementing Durable Client/Server Messaging
            Durable Client/Server Event Messaging
          Tuning Client/Server Event Messaging
            Conflate the Server Subscription Queue
            Limit the Server's Subscription Queue Memory Use
            Tune the Client's Subscription Message Tracking Timeout
        Configuring Event Queues
          Persisting an Event Queue
          Configuring Dispatcher Threads and Order Policy for Event Distribution
          Conflating Events in a Queue
      Delta Propagation
        How Delta Propagation Works
        When to Avoid Delta Propagation
        Delta Propagation Properties
        Implementing Delta Propagation
        Errors In Delta Propagation
        Delta Propagation Example
      Querying
        GemFire Querying FAQ and Examples
        Basic Querying
          Advantages of OQL
          Writing and Executing a Query in vFabric GemFire
          Building a Query String
            IMPORT Statement
            FROM Clause
            WHERE Clause
            SELECT Statement
          Query Language Features
            Supported Character Sets
            Supported Keywords
            Case Sensitivity
            Comments in Query Strings
            Query Language Grammar
            Operators
            Reserved Words
            Supported Literals
          Query Language Restrictions and Unsupported Features
        Advanced Querying
          Performance Considerations
          Monitoring Queries for Low Memory
          Using Query Bind Parameters
          Working with Indexes
            Tips and Guidelines on Using Indexes
            Creating, Listing and Removing Indexes
            Creating Key Indexes
            Creating Hash Indexes
            Maintaining Indexes (Synchronously or Asynchronously) and Index Storage
            Using Indexes on Single Region Queries
            Using Indexes with Equi-Join Queries
            Using Indexes with Overflow Regions
            Using Indexes on Equi-Join Queries using Multiple Regions
            Index Samples
          Querying Partitioned Regions
            Partitioned Region Query Restrictions
            Using ORDER BY on Partitioned Regions
            Querying a Partitioned Region on a Single Node
            Optimizing Queries on Data Partitioned by a Key or Field Value
            Performing an Equi-Join Query on Partitioned Regions
          Query Debugging
      Continuous Querying
        How Continuous Querying Works
        Implementing Continuous Querying
        Managing Continuous Querying
      Transactions
        About Transactions
        Types of Transactions
        GemFire Cache Transactions
          Cache Transaction Performance
          Data Location for Cache Transactions
          How to Run a GemFire Cache Transaction
          How to Run a GemFire Cache Transaction that Coordinates with an External Database
          Working with GemFire Cache Transactions
            Setting Global Copy on Read
            Making a Safe Change Within a Transaction Using CopyHelper.copy
            Transactions and Functions
            Using Queries and Indexes with Transactions
            Collections and Region.Entry Instances in Transactions
            Using Eviction and Expiration Operations
            Transactions and Consistent Regions
            Suspending and Resuming Transactions
            Using Cache Writer and Cache Listener Plug-Ins
            Configuring Transaction Plug-In Event Handlers
            How Transaction Events Are Managed
          How GemFire Cache Transactions Work
            Transaction View
            Committing Transactions
            Transactions by Region Type
              Transactions and Partitioned Regions
              Transactions and Replicated Regions
              Transactions and Persistent Regions
            Client Transactions
              How GemFire Runs Client Transactions
              Client Cache Access During a Transaction
              Client Transactions and Client Application Plug-Ins
              Client Transaction Failures
            Comparing Transactional and Non-Transactional Operations
              Transactional Operations
              Non-Transactional Operations
                Entry Operations
                Region Operations
                Cache Operations
              No-Ops
            GemFire Cache Transaction Semantics
        JTA Global Transactions with GemFire
          Coordinating with External JTA Transactions Managers
            How to Run a JTA Transaction Coordinated by an External Transaction Manager
          Using GemFire as the JTA Transaction Manager
            How to Run a JTA Global Transaction Using GemFire as the JTA Transaction Manager
              Configuring Database Connections Using JNDI
              Example DataSource Configurations in cache.xml
          Behavior of GemFire Cache Writers and Loaders Under JTA
          Turning Off JTA Transactions
        Monitoring and Troubleshooting Transactions
        Transaction Coding Examples
          Basic Transaction Example
          Basic Suspend and Resume Transaction Example
          Transaction Run in Multiple Regions Example
          Transactional Using a Function Example
          GemFire JTA Transaction Example
      Function Execution
        Use Cases for Function Execution
        How Function Execution Works
        Executing a Function in vFabric GemFire
    Managing vFabric GemFire
      GemFire Management and Monitoring
        Management and Monitoring Features
        Architecture and Components
        JMX Manager Operations
          Starting a JMX Manager
          Configuring a JMX Manager
          Stopping a JMX Manager
        Federated MBean Architecture
          List of GemFire JMX MBeans
            JMX Manager MBeans
            Managed Node MBeans
          Browsing GemFire MBeans through JConsole
          GemFire JMX MBean Notifications
            Notification Federation
            List of GemFire JMX MBean Notifications
              MemberMXBean Notifications
              CacheServerMXBean Notifications
              DistributedSystemMXBean Notifications
        Configuring RMI Registry Ports and RMI Connectors
        Executing gfsh Commands through the Management API
        Management and Monitoring Programming Examples
      Heap Use and Management
        How the Resource Manager Works
        Control Heap Use with the Resource Manager
        Resource Manager Example Configurations
      Disk Storage
        How Disk Stores Work
        Disk Store File Names and Extensions
        Disk Store Operation Logs
        Configuring Disk Stores
          Designing and Configuring Disk Stores
          Disk Store Configuration Parameters
          Modifying the Default Disk Store
        Optimizing a System with Disk Stores
        Starting and Shutting Down a System with Disk Stores
          How Startup and Shutdown Work with Disk Stores
          Starting a System with Disk Stores
          Shutting Down a System with Disk Stores
        Disk Store Management
          Disk Store Management Commands and Operations
          Validating a Disk Store
          Running Compaction on Disk Store Log Files
          Synchronizing Your Offline Disk Store with Your Cache
          Handling Missing Disk Stores
          Managing How Data is Written to Disk
        Back Up and Restore a Disk Store
      Cache and Region Snapshots
        Usage and Performance Notes
        Exporting Cache and Region Snapshots
        Importing Cache and Region Snapshots
        Filtering Entries During Import or Export
        Reading Snapshots Programmatically
      Network Partitioning
        How Network Partitioning Management Works
        Failure Detection and Membership Views
        Membership Coordinators, Lead Members and Member Weighting
        Network Partitioning Scenarios
        Configure vFabric GemFire to Handle Network Partitioning
        Preventing Network Partitions
      Security
        vFabric GemFire Security Features
        Security Information Specific to vFabric GemFire
          External Interfaces, Ports, and Services
          Resources That Must Be Protected
          Log File Locations
          User Accounts Created at Installation
          Obtaining and Installing Security Updates
        Security Implementation Overview
        Where to Place Security Settings
        Authentication
          How Authentication Works
          Implementing Authentication
          Setting Up JMX Authentication for GemFire Management and Monitoring
          Encrypting Passwords for Use in cache.xml
          Encrypt Credentials with Diffie-Hellman
          Authentication Examples
        Authorization
          How Authorization Works
          Implementing Authorized Access Control for the Cache
          Performance and Programming Considerations
          Authorization Example
        SSL
          How SSL Works
          Implementing SSL
          SSL Sample Implementation
      Performance Tuning and Configuration
        Improving GemFire Performance on vSphere
          Operating System Guidelines
          NUMA, CPU, and BIOS Settings
          Physical and Virtual NIC Settings
          VMware vSphere vMotion and DRS Cluster Usage
          Placement and Organization of Virtual Machines
          Virtual Machine Memory Reservation
          vSphere High Availability and vFabric GemFire
          Storage Guidelines
          Additional Resources
        Performance Controls
          Data Serialization
          Setting Cache Timeouts
          Controlling Socket Use
          Management of Slow Receivers
          Increasing the Ratio of Cache Hits
        System Member Performance
          Distributed System Member Properties
          JVM Memory Settings and System Performance
          Garbage Collection and System Performance
          Connection Thread Settings and Performance
        Slow Receivers with TCP/IP
          Preventing Slow Receivers
          Managing Slow Receivers
        Slow distributed-ack Messages
        Socket Communication
          Setting Socket Buffer Sizes
          Ephemeral TCP Port Limits
          Making Sure You Have Enough Sockets
          TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer Handshake Timeouts
        UDP Communication
        Multicast Communication
          Provisioning Bandwidth for Multicast
          Testing Multicast Speed Limits
          Configuring Multicast Speed Limits
          Run-time Considerations for Multicast
          Troubleshooting the Multicast Tuning Process
        Maintaining Cache Consistency
        Logging
          Categories of Log Messages
          Naming, Searching, and Creating Log Files
          Set Up Logging
      Statistics
        How Statistics Work
        Transient Region and Entry Statistics
        Application-Defined and Custom Statistics
        Configuring and Using Statistics
        GemFire Statistics List
      Troubleshooting and System Recovery
        Producing Artifacts for Troubleshooting
        Diagnosing System Problems
        System Failure and Recovery
        Recovering from Application and Cache Server Crashes
          Recovering from Crashes with a Peer-to-Peer Configuration
          Recovering from Crashes with a Client/Server Configuration
        Recovering from Machine Crashes
        Understanding and Recovering from Network Outages
    Deploying and Running vFabric GemFire
      Deploying vFabric GemFire Configuration Files
        Main Steps to Deploying Configuration Files
        Default File Specifications and Search Locations
        Changing the File Specifications
        Deploying Configuration Files in JAR Files
      Managing vFabric GemFire System Output Files
      Starting Up and Shutting Down Your System
        Introduction to Startup and Shutdown
        Starting Up Your System
        Shutting Down the System
      Using the GemFire SHell (gfsh)
        What You Can Do with gfsh
        Starting gfsh
        Basic Shell Features and Command-Line Usage
        Tutorial: Performing Common Tasks with gfsh
        Configuring the gfsh Environment
        Useful gfsh Shell Variables
        Quick Reference of gfsh Commands by Functional Area
          Basic GemFire SHell Commands
          Configuration Commands
          Data Commands
          Deployment Commands
          Disk Store Commands
          Durable CQ and Client Commands
          Function Execution Commands
          Gateway (WAN) Commands
          GemFire Monitoring Commands
          Index Commands
          JMX Connection Commands
          Locator Commands
          Region Commands
          Server Commands
        gfsh Command Help
          alter
            alter disk-store
            alter runtime
          backup disk-store
          close
            close durable-client
            close durable-cq
          compact
            compact disk-store
            compact offline-disk-store
          connect
          create
            create index
            create region
          debug
          deploy
          describe
            describe config
            describe connection
            describe disk-store
            describe member
            describe region
          destroy
            destroy function
            destroy index
            destroy region
          disconnect
          echo
          encrypt
          execute
          exit
          export
            export config
            export data
            export logs
            export stack-traces
          gc
          get
          help
          hint
          history
          import
          list
            list deployed
            list disk-stores
            list durable-cqs
            list functions
            list gateways
            list indexes
            list members
            list regions
          locate
          netstat
          pause gateway-sender
          put
          query
          rebalance
          remove
          resume gateway-sender
          revoke missing-disk-store
          run
          set variable
          show
            show dead-locks
            show log
            show metrics
            show missing-disk-stores
            show subscription-queue-size
          shutdown
          sleep
          start
            start data-browser
            start gateway-receiver
            start gateway-sender
            start jconsole
            start jvisualvm
            start locator
            start pulse
            start server
            start vsd
          status
            status gateway-receiver
            status gateway-sender
            status locator
            status server
          stop
            stop gateway-receiver
            stop gateway-sender
            stop locator
            stop server
          undeploy
          upgrade offline-disk-store
          validate offline-disk-store
          version
        Creating and Running gfsh Command Scripts
      vFabric GemFire Locator Process
      vFabric GemFire Servers
      Using Member Groups
      Deploying Application JARs to vFabric GemFire Members
      Firewall Considerations
        Firewalls and Connections
        Firewalls and Ports
        Locators, Gateway Receivers, and Ports
    Tools and Modules
      HTTP Session Management Modules
        HTTP Session Management Quick Start
        Advantages of Using GemFire for Session Management
        Common Topologies for HTTP Session Management
        General Information on HTTP Session Management
        Session State Log Files
        HTTP Session Management Module for vFabric tc Server
          Installing the HTTP Module for tc Server
          Setting Up the HTTP Module for tc Server
          Changing the Default GemFire Configuration in the tc Server Module
            Interactive Configuration Reference for the tc Server Module
        HTTP Session Management Module for Tomcat
          Installing the HTTP Module for Tomcat
          Setting Up the HTTP Module for Tomcat
          Changing the Default GemFire Configuration in the Tomcat Module
            Common GemFire Configuration Changes in Tomcat
        HTTP Session Management Module for AppServers
          Installing the HTTP Module for AppServers
          Setting Up the HTTP Module for AppServers
          Changing the Default GemFire Configuration in the AppServers Module
            Common GemFire Configuration Changes for AppServers
      Hibernate Cache Module
        Why Use Gemfire with Hibernate?
        How GemFire Works with Hibernate
        Installing the Hibernate Cache Module
        Setting Up the Hibernate Cache Module
        Advanced Configuration (Hibernate Cache Module)
        Changing vFabric GemFire Default Configuration (Hibernate Cache Module)
        Using Hibernate Cache Module with HTTP Session Management Module
      Gemcached
        How Gemcached Works
        Deploying and Configuring a Gemcached Server
        Advantages of Gemcached over Memcached
      DiskConverterPre65to65
        Running DiskConverterPre65to65
      GemFire Pulse
        Pulse Quick Start (Embedded Mode)
        Hosting Pulse on a Web Application Server
        Configuring Pulse Authentication
        Using Pulse Views
      DataBrowser
        DataBrowser System Requirements
        Installation and Licensing
        Running DataBrowser
        Connecting DataBrowser to a vFabric GemFire System
        Tour of the DataBrowser Interface
        DataBrowser Preferences
        How DataBrowser Works
      Visual Statistics Display
        VSD Overview
        VSD System Requirements
        Installing and Running VSD
        Viewing Statistics in VSD
    Reference
      gemfire.properties and gfsecurity.properties (GemFire Properties)
        Using Non-ASCII Strings in vFabric GemFire Property Files
      cache.xml
        cache.xml Quick Reference
        <cache> Element Hierarchy
        <cache> Element Reference
          <cache-transaction-manager>
            <transaction-listener>
            <transaction-writer>
          <dynamic-region-factory>
            Untitled Topic
          <gateway-hub>
          <gateway>
            <gateway-endpoint>
            <gateway-listener>
            <gateway-queue>
          <gateway-sender>
            <gateway-event-filter>
            <gateway-transport-filter>
          <gateway-receiver>
            <gateway-transport-filter>
          <gateway-conflict-resolver>
          <async-event-queue>
            <async-event-listener>
          <cache-server>
            <group>
            <client-subscription>
            <custom-load-probe>
          <bridge-server>
            <group>
            <client-subscription>
            <custom-load-probe>
          <pool>
            <locator>
            <server>
          <disk-store>
            <disk-dirs>
              <disk-dir>
          <pdx>
            <pdx-serializer>
          <region-attributes>
            <key-constraint>
            <value-constraint>
            <region-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <region-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <disk-write-attributes>
              <asynchronous-writes>
              <synchronous-writes>
            <disk-dirs>
            <partition-attributes>
              <partition-resolver>
              <partition-listener>
              <fixed-partition-attributes>
            <membership-attributes>
              <required-role>
            <subscription-attributes>
            <cache-loader>
            <cache-writer>
            <cache-listener>
            <eviction-attributes>
              <lru-entry-count>
              <lru-heap-percentage>
              <lru-memory-size>
          <jndi-bindings>
            <jndi-binding>
              <config-property>
                <config-property-name>
                <config-property-type>
                <config-property-value>
          <region>
            <index>
              <functional>
              <primary-key>
            <entry>
              <key>
                <string>
                <declarable>
              <value>
                <string>
                <declarable>
            <region>
          <vm-root-region>
          <function-service>
            <function>
          <resource-manager>
          <serialization-registration>
            <serializer>
            <instantiator>
          <backup>
          <initializer>
            <declarable>
          <class-name> and <parameter>
          <declarable>
          <string>
        <client-cache> Element Hierarchy
        <client-cache> Element Reference
          cache-transaction-manager
            transaction-listener
            transaction-writer
          <dynamic-region-factory>
            Untitled Topic
          <pool >
            <locator>
            <server>
          <disk-store >
            <disk-dirs>
              <disk-dir>
          <pdx>
            <pdx-serializer>
          <region-attributes >
            <key-constraint>
            <value-constraint>
            <region-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <region-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <disk-write-attributes>
              <asynchronous-writes>
              <synchronous-writes>
            <disk-dirs>
              <disk-dir>
            <partition-attributes>
              <partition-resolver>
              <partition-listener>
              <fixed-partition-attributes>
            <membership-attributes>
              <required-role>
            <subscription-attributes>
            Untitled Topic
            Untitled Topic
            <cache-listener>
            <eviction-attributes>
              <lru-entry-count>
              <lru-heap-percentage>
              <lru-memory-size>
          <jndi-bindings >
            <jndi-binding>
              <config-property>
          <region >
            <region-attributes>
            <index>
              <functional>
              <primary-key>
            <entry>
              <key>
                <string>
                <declarable>
              <value>
                <string>
                <declarable>
            <region>
          <function-service >
            <function>
          <resource-manager>
          <serialization-registration>
            <serializer>
            <instantiator>
          <initializer>
      Region Shortcuts
        Region Shortcuts Quick Reference
        LOCAL
        LOCAL_HEAP_LRU
        LOCAL_OVERFLOW
        LOCAL_PERSISTENT
        LOCAL_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION
        PARTITION_HEAP_LRU
        PARTITION_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION_PERSISTENT
        PARTITION_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION_PROXY
        PARTITION_PROXY_REDUNDANT
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_HEAP_LRU
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_PERSISTENT
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        REPLICATE
        REPLICATE_HEAP_LRU
        REPLICATE_OVERFLOW
        REPLICATE_PERSISTENT
        REPLICATE_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        REPLICATE_PROXY
      Exceptions and System Failures
      Memory Requirements for Cached Data
    Glossary
  vFabric GemFire Native Client User's Guide
    Getting Started with vFabric GemFire Native Client
      About the Native Client
      Installing the Native Client
        Installing on Linux and Solaris
        Installing on Windows
        Uninstalling the Native Client
        Licensing
      Running Native Client Applications
        Developing C++ Programs on Linux
        Developing C++ Programs on Solaris
        Developing C++ Programs on Windows
      QuickStart Examples and Guide
        Running the QuickStart Examples
        Accessing the QuickStart Guide
    Setting System Properties
      Configuring the Native Client and Cache Server
        Native Client Configuration
        Cache Server Configuration
        Attribute Definition Priority
        Search Path for Multiple gfcpp.properties Files
        Overriding gfcpp.properties Settings
        Defining Properties Programmatically
      Attributes in gfcpp.properties
      gfcpp.properties Example File
        Using the Default Sample File
    Configuring the Native Client Cache
      Caches
        About the Native Client Cache
        Cache APIs
        Local, Remote, and Distributed Caches
        Creating and Accessing a Cache
        Closing the Cache
      Cache Initialization File (cache.xml)
        Cache Initialization File Basics
        Example cache.xml File
        Native Client Cache XML DTD
      Regions
        Declarative Region Creation
        Programmatic Region Creation
        Invalidating and Destroying Regions
        Region Access
        Getting the Region Size
      Region Entries
        Entry Distribution Requirements
        Registering Interest for Entries
        Using serverKeys to Retrieve a Set of Region Keys
        Adding Entries to the Cache
        Updating Entries
        Accessing Entries
        Invalidating or Destroying Cached Entries
        Notification for Operations
      Region Consistency
      Region Attributes
        Specifying Region Attributes
        RegionShortcuts
        Mutable and Immutable Region Attributes
        CachingEnabled
        InitialCapacity
        LoadFactor
        ConcurrencyLevel
        ConcurrencyChecksEnabled
        LruEntriesLimit
        DiskPolicy
        PersistenceManager
        Specifying Application Plug-In Attributes
        Specifying Expiration Attributes
      Cache Management
        Client-to-Server Connection Process
        Controlling Cache Size
        Managing the Lifetime of a Cached Object
        Using Thread Safety in Cache Management
        Troubleshooting
    vFabric GemFire Native Client C++ API
      About the Native Client C++ API
      Creating a Cache
      Creating a Proxy Client-Side Region
      Adding an Entry to the Cache
      Accessing an Entry
      Serializing Data
        Region Data Requiring Serialization
        Data Serialization Options
        Serializing Data with GemFire PDX Serialization
          Serialize Your Domain Objects with PdxSerializer and PdxWrapper
          Serialize Using the GemFire PdxSerializable Class
            Performing put, get, and localDestroy Operations with a PDX Domain Object
          Programming Your Application to Use PdxInstances
          Configuring PDX to Ignore Unread Fields During Deserialization
          Using PdxInstanceFactory to Create PdxInstances
          Using C++ Enum Type with PDX Serialization
          Using PDX Serialization with Delta Propagation
        Serializing Data with the GemFire Serializable Interface
        Serializing Object Graphs
        Serializing and Accessing Data as a Blob
      Implementing User-Defined Objects in Java Clients
      Using a Custom Class
      Creating New Statistics
    vFabric GemFire Native Client C# .NET API
      About the Native Client C# .NET API
        C# .NET Naming and Usage Conventions
        Primary APIs in GemStone::GemFire::Cache::Generic
          Cache APIs
          Region and Entry APIs
          Data Serialization APIs
          Event Handling APIs
          Property Collections and Logging APIs
      C++ Class to .NET Class Mappings
      Java to .NET Type Mapping Table
      Object Lifetimes
      .NET Application Domains
        Problem Scenarios
      Creating a Cache
      Creating a Region
      Adding an Entry to the Cache
      Accessing an Entry
      Data Serialization
        Data Serialization Options
        Serialize with GemFire PDX Serialization
          GemFire PDX Serialization Features
          Serialize Using the GemFire Pdx Autoserializer
          Extend the PDX Autoserializer
          Serialize Your Domain Objects with IPdxSerializer
          Serialize Using the GemFire IPdxSerializable Interface
          Program Your Application to Use IPdxInstance
          Use the IPdxInstanceFactory to Create IPdxInstances
          Map .NET Domain Type Names to PDX Type Names with IPdxTypeMapper
        Serialize with the GemFire IGFSerializable Interface
          Generic and Custom Serializable Types
          How Serialization Works with IGFSerializable
          Implement the IGFSerializable Interface
          Register the Type
        Using a Custom Class With IGFSerializable
          Application Callbacks
          A Simple C# Example
      Troubleshooting .NET Applications
        Resolving the Error
        Using GemStone.GemFire.Cache.dll As a Private Assembly
        Implementing the Shared Assembly
    Preserving Data
      High Availability for Client-Server Communication
        Configuring Native Clients for High Availability
        Sending Periodic Acknowledgment
      Enabling Queue Conflation to Improve Update Performance
      Durable Client Messaging
        Durable Client Messaging Requirements
        Client-Side Configuration
          Configuring a Durable Native Client
          Configuring Durable Interest in Keys
        Sending Cache Ready Messages to the Server
        Disconnecting from the Server
        Life Cycle of a Durable Client
          Initial Operation
          Disconnection
          Reconnection
          Durable Message Replay
          Application Operations During Interest Registration
        Implementing Cache Listeners for Durable Clients
    Security
      Authentication
        Process and Multiuser Authentication
        Configuring Credentials for Authentication
        Configuring Authentication by the Cache Server
        Server Authentication Errors
        Creating Multiple Secure User Connections
          Requirements and Caveats for RegionService
        Using an LDAP Server for Client Authentication
      Encrypted Authentication
        Encrypt Credentials with Diffe-Hellman
        Using PKCS for Encrypted Authentication
      Client Authorization
        Configuring Client Authorization
        Post-Operative Authorization
        Determining Pre- or Post-Operation Authorization
      Security-Related System Properties (gfcpp.properties)
      SSL Client/Server Communication
        Step 1: Download and install OpenSSL
        Step 2: Compile ACE SSL or request precompiled ACE SSL DLL from VMware
        Step 3: Create keystores
        Step 4: Configure environment variables
        Step 5: Configure SSL properties in gfcpp.properties and gemfire.properties
        Step 6: Start and stop the client and server
        Limitations
    Remote Querying
      Remote Querying Basics
        Examples Data and Class Definitions
        Executing a Query from the Native Client
        Querying the Portfolios Region
        Modifying Cache Contents
        Creating Indexes
        Remote Querying Requirements
      Using Query Strings in the Native Client
        FROM Clause
          Using Iterator Variables
          Importing and Using Object Classes
          Predefined Class Types
          Specifying the Object Types of FROM Clause Collections
        SELECT Projection List
        SELECT Statement Query Results
        WHERE Clause
        Joins
      Accessing Cached Data
        Basic Region Access
        Attribute Visibility
        Modifying Query Scope
        Nested Query Scopes
        When Names Cannot Be Resolved
      Query Language Elements
        Method Invocation
        Query Language Literals Supported by Native Client
        Type Conversions
      Remote Query API
        Creating and Managing Queries
        Query Result Sets
        Query Code Samples Returning ResultSet
        Query Code Samples Returning StructSet
    Continuous Querying
      How Continuous Querying Works
      Implementing a Continuous Query
        Configuring Your System for Continuous Querying
        Writing the Continuous Query
        Writing the CQ Listener or CQ Status Listener
        CqEvent Object
        Running the Continuous Query Code
        CQ Execution Options
        When an Error Occurs in a Running CQ
      Managing Continuous Queries
      CQ API and Main Features
    Using Connection Pools
      How Client Load Balancing Works
        Server Locators
        Connection Pools
        Discovering Locators Dynamically
      Configuring Pools
        Native Client Pool API
        Pool Configuration Example and Settings
        Subscription Properties
        Running the Connection Pool Code
    Transactions
      How Native Client Transactions Work
      Running a Native Client Transaction
      Suspending and Resuming Transactions
    Function Execution
      Understanding Data-Aware Function Routing
      How Functions Execute
      Executing Functions in GemFire
        Running the Function
        Programming to Get Function Results
        Solutions and Use Cases
    Delta Propagation
      How Delta Propagation Works
      Delta Propagation API
      Cloning
      Implementing Delta Propagation
      Exceptions and Limitations
      Examples of Delta Propagation
    Programming Examples
      Declaring a Native Client Region
      API Programming Example – C#
      API Programming Example – C++
      Data Serialization Examples
        C++ Example
        C# Example
        Java Serialization Example
    Appendix A: Interoperability of Language Classes and Types
      C++ Class to .NET Class Mappings
        Interoperability of C++ Types When Using PDX Serialization
      Java to .NET Type Mapping Table
    Appendix B: System Statistics
      Sampling Statistics
      System Performance Statistics
        Region Statistics
        Cache Performance Statistics
        Continuous Query Statistics
        CQ Service Statistics
        Pool Statistics
        Delta Statistics
      Operating System Statistics
        Linux Process Statistics
        Solaris Process Statistics
        Windows Process Statistics
    Appendix C: Installing the SQLite Persistence Manager
      Linux Installation
      Solaris Installation
      Windows Installation
    Glossary
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
    vFabric GemFire Supported Configurations
      Host Machine Requirements
      Dependencies on Linux RPM Packages
      Running vFabric GemFire in Pure Java Mode
    vFabric GemFire Tools Supported Configurations
      GemFire Pulse System Requirements
      DataBrowser System Requirements
      VSD System Requirements
    vFabric GemFire Native Client Supported Configurations
    vFabric GemFire Modules Supported Configurations
  vFabric GemFire User's Guide
    Documentation Roadmap
    Getting Started with vFabric GemFire
      vFabric GemFire in 15 Minutes or Less
      About vFabric GemFire
      Main Features of vFabric GemFire
      Installing vFabric GemFire
        Pre-Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
        RHEL: Install vFabric GemFire (Standalone) from RPM
        RHEL: Install vFabric GemFire (vFabric Suite) from the VMware YUM Repository
        Install vFabric GemFire from a ZIP File
        How to Uninstall GemFire
      Upgrading vFabric GemFire
        Before You Upgrade
        RHEL: Upgrade vFabric GemFire (Standalone) from RPM
        RHEL: Upgrade vFabric GemFire (vFabric Suite) from the VMware YUM Repository
        Upgrade vFabric GemFire from a ZIP File
        Performing a Rolling Upgrade
        vFabric GemFire Version Compatibility Rules
      Understanding vFabric GemFire Licenses
        vFabric Suite and vFabric GemFire Licenses
        vFabric GemFire License Options
        Choosing a License Option Based on Topology
        Checking License Quantity
        How GemFire Manages Licenses
      Installing and Configuring vFabric GemFire Licenses
        Option 1: Install Serial Numbers in gemfire.properties
        Option 2: Install Serial Numbers in vFabric Serial Number Files
        vFabric Suite Only: Configure GemFire for vFabric License Server
        Troubleshooting Issues with vFabric GemFire Licenses
      Setting Up the Product Examples
      vFabric GemFire Tutorial
        Tutorial Introduction
        vFabric GemFire Features Demonstrated in the Tutorial
        Sample Social Networking Application
        Running the Tutorial
        Exploring Other Features with the Tutorial
      Hello World Example
        Introduction to the Hello World Example
        Walkthrough of the Example Files
          gemfire.properties
          xml/HelloWorld.xml (cache.xml)
          HelloWorldProducer.java and helloworld/HelloWorldConsumer.java
          helloworld/SimpleCacheListener.java
      QuickStart Examples
        Setting Up Your Environment
        Management and Monitoring Example
        JSON Example
        Replicated Caching Example
        Server Managed Caching Example
        Partitioned Data Caching Example
        Fixed Partitioning
        Reliable Event Notification Examples
          Interest Registration Example
          Continuous Querying Example
          Durable Event Messaging Example
        Persisting Data to Disk Example
        Overflowing Data to Disk Example
        Cache Expiration Example
        Cache Eviction Example
        Querying Example (OQL)
        Transactions Example
        Delta Propagation Example
        Function Execution Example
        Secure Client Example
        Multiple Secure Client Example
        Distributed Locking Example
        Benchmark Examples
          Peer-to-Peer Benchmark Example
          Client Server Benchmark Example
          Benchmark Parameters
        Troubleshooting Checklist
    Getting Started with Spring Data GemFire
      About vFabric GemFire
      About Spring Data GemFire
        Overview of Application Development with Spring Data GemFire
        Recommended Development Model
        Spring Data GemFire Code Examples
        Additional Resources
      Configuring GemFire Components with the Spring Framework
        System Requirements
        Downloading vFabric GemFire and Spring Data GemFire Components
        Configuring Caches
        Configuring Regions
        Configuring Cache Listeners
        Configuring a Client/Server Architecture
        Configuring Continuous Querying
        Configuring Persistence
        Configuring Transactions
        Configuring Functions
        Additional Spring Data GemFire Examples
    Basic Configuration and Programming
      Distributed System and Cache Configuration
        Distributed System Members
        Options for Configuring the Distributed System
        Options for Configuring the Cache and Data Regions
        Local and Remote Membership and Caching
      Cache Management
        Introduction to Cache Management
        Managing a Peer or Server Cache
        Managing a Client Cache
        Managing a Cache in a Secure System
        Managing RegionServices for Multiple Secure Users
        Launching an Application after Initializing the Cache
      Data Regions
        Data Region Management
        Creating a Region with gfsh
        Creating a Region Through the cache.xml File
        Creating a Region Through the API
        Region Naming
        Region Shortcuts and Custom Named Region Attributes
        Storing and Retrieving Region Shortcuts and Custom Named Region Attributes
        Managing Region Attributes
        Creating Custom Attributes for Regions and Entries
      Data Entries
        Managing Data Entries
        Requirements for Using Custom Classes in Data Caching
    Topologies and Communication
      Topology and Communication General Concepts
        Topology Types
        Planning Topology and Communication
        How Member Discovery Works
        How Communication Works
        Using Bind Addresses
        Choosing Between IPv4 and IPv6
      Peer-to-Peer Configuration
        Configuring Peer-to-Peer Discovery
        Configuring Peer Communication
        Organizing Peers into Logical Member Groups
      Client/Server Configuration
        Standard Client/Server Deployment
        How Server Discovery Works
        How Client/Server Connections Work
        Configuring a Client/Server System
        Organizing Servers Into Logical Member Groups
        Client/Server Example Configurations
        Fine-Tuning Your Client/Server Configuration
      Multi-site (WAN) Configuration
        How Multi-site (WAN) Systems Work
          Overview of Multi-site Caching
          Consistency for WAN Updates
          Discovery for Multi-Site Systems
          Gateway Senders
          Gateway Receivers
        Multi-site (WAN) Topologies
        Configuring a Multi-site (WAN) System
        Filtering Events for Multi-Site (WAN) Distribution
        Resolving Conflicting Events
    Developing with vFabric GemFire
      Region Data Storage and Distribution
        Storage and Distribution Options
        Region Types
        Region Data Stores and Data Accessors
        Creating Regions Dynamically
      Partitioned Regions
        Understanding Partitioning
        Configuring Partitioned Regions
        Configuring the Number of Buckets for a Partitioned Region
        Custom-Partitioning and Co-locating Data
          Understanding Custom Partitioning and Data Colocation
          Custom-Partition Your Region Data
          Co-locate Data from Different Partitioned Regions
        Configuring High Availability for Partitioned Regions
          Understanding High Availability for Partitioned Regions
          Configure High Availability for a Partitioned Region
            Set the Number of Redundant Copies
            Configure Redundancy Zones for Members
            Set Enforce Unique Host
            Configure Member Crash Redundancy Recovery for a Partitioned Region
            Configure Member Join Redundancy Recovery for a Partitioned Region
        Configuring Single-Hop Client Access to Server-Partitioned Regions
          Understanding Client Single-Hop Access to Server-Partitioned Regions
          Configure Client Single-Hop Access to Server-Partitioned Regions
        Rebalancing Partitioned Region Data
      Distributed and Replicated Regions
        How Distribution Works
        Options for Region Distribution
        How Replication and Preloading Work
        Configure Distributed, Replicated, and Preloaded Regions
        Locking in Global Regions
      Consistency for Region Updates
        Consistency Checking by Region Type
        Configuring Consistency Checking
        Overhead for Consistency Checks
        How Consistency Checking Works for Replicated Regions
        How Destroy and Clear Operations Are Resolved
        Transactions with Consistent Regions
        How Consistency Is Achieved in WAN Deployments
      General Region Data Management
        Persistence and Overflow
          How Persistence and Overflow Work
          Configure Region Persistence and Overflow
          Overflow Configuration Examples
        Eviction
          How Eviction Works
          Configure Data Eviction
        Expiration
          How Expiration Works
          Configure Data Expiration
        Keeping the Cache in Sync with Outside Data Sources
          Overview of Outside Data Sources
          How Data Loaders Work
          Implement a Data Loader
      Data Serialization
        Overview of Data Serialization
        vFabric GemFire PDX Serialization
          GemFire PDX Serialization Features
          High Level Steps for Using PDX Serialization
          Using Automatic Reflection-Based PDX Serialization
            Customizing Serialization with Class Pattern Strings
            Extending the ReflectionBasedAutoSerializer
          Serializing Your Domain Object with a PdxSerializer
          Implementing PdxSerializable in Your Domain Object
          Programming Your Application to Use PdxInstances
          Adding JSON Documents to the GemFire Cache
          Using PdxInstanceFactory to Create PdxInstances
          Persisting PDX Metadata to Disk
          Using PDX Objects as Region Entry Keys
        vFabric GemFire Data Serialization (DataSerializable and DataSerializer)
        Standard Java Serialization
      Events and Event Handling
        How Events Work
          Peer-to-Peer Event Distribution
          Client-to-Server Event Distribution
          Multi-Site (WAN) Event Distribution
          List of Event Handlers and Events
        Implementing GemFire Event Handlers
          Implementing Cache Event Handlers
          Implementing an AsyncEventListener for Write-Behind Cache Event Handling
          How to Safely Modify the Cache from an Event Handler Callback
          Cache Event Handler Examples
        Configuring Peer-to-Peer Event Messaging
        Configuring Client/Server Event Messaging
          Configuring Highly Available Servers
            Highly Available Client/Server Event Messaging
          Implementing Durable Client/Server Messaging
            Durable Client/Server Event Messaging
          Tuning Client/Server Event Messaging
            Conflate the Server Subscription Queue
            Limit the Server's Subscription Queue Memory Use
            Tune the Client's Subscription Message Tracking Timeout
        Configuring Event Queues
          Persisting an Event Queue
          Configuring Dispatcher Threads and Order Policy for Event Distribution
          Conflating Events in a Queue
      Delta Propagation
        How Delta Propagation Works
        When to Avoid Delta Propagation
        Delta Propagation Properties
        Implementing Delta Propagation
        Errors In Delta Propagation
        Delta Propagation Example
      Querying
        GemFire Querying FAQ and Examples
        Basic Querying
          Advantages of OQL
          Writing and Executing a Query in vFabric GemFire
          Building a Query String
            IMPORT Statement
            FROM Clause
            WHERE Clause
            SELECT Statement
          Query Language Features
            Supported Character Sets
            Supported Keywords
            Case Sensitivity
            Comments in Query Strings
            Query Language Grammar
            Operators
            Reserved Words
            Supported Literals
          Query Language Restrictions and Unsupported Features
        Advanced Querying
          Performance Considerations
          Monitoring Queries for Low Memory
          Using Query Bind Parameters
          Working with Indexes
            Tips and Guidelines on Using Indexes
            Creating, Listing and Removing Indexes
            Creating Key Indexes
            Creating Hash Indexes
            Maintaining Indexes (Synchronously or Asynchronously) and Index Storage
            Using Indexes on Single Region Queries
            Using Indexes with Equi-Join Queries
            Using Indexes with Overflow Regions
            Using Indexes on Equi-Join Queries using Multiple Regions
            Index Samples
          Querying Partitioned Regions
            Partitioned Region Query Restrictions
            Using ORDER BY on Partitioned Regions
            Querying a Partitioned Region on a Single Node
            Optimizing Queries on Data Partitioned by a Key or Field Value
            Performing an Equi-Join Query on Partitioned Regions
          Query Debugging
      Continuous Querying
        How Continuous Querying Works
        Implementing Continuous Querying
        Managing Continuous Querying
      Transactions
        About Transactions
        Types of Transactions
        GemFire Cache Transactions
          Cache Transaction Performance
          Data Location for Cache Transactions
          How to Run a GemFire Cache Transaction
          How to Run a GemFire Cache Transaction that Coordinates with an External Database
          Working with GemFire Cache Transactions
            Setting Global Copy on Read
            Making a Safe Change Within a Transaction Using CopyHelper.copy
            Transactions and Functions
            Using Queries and Indexes with Transactions
            Collections and Region.Entry Instances in Transactions
            Using Eviction and Expiration Operations
            Transactions and Consistent Regions
            Suspending and Resuming Transactions
            Using Cache Writer and Cache Listener Plug-Ins
            Configuring Transaction Plug-In Event Handlers
            How Transaction Events Are Managed
          How GemFire Cache Transactions Work
            Transaction View
            Committing Transactions
            Transactions by Region Type
              Transactions and Partitioned Regions
              Transactions and Replicated Regions
              Transactions and Persistent Regions
            Client Transactions
              How GemFire Runs Client Transactions
              Client Cache Access During a Transaction
              Client Transactions and Client Application Plug-Ins
              Client Transaction Failures
            Comparing Transactional and Non-Transactional Operations
              Transactional Operations
              Non-Transactional Operations
                Entry Operations
                Region Operations
                Cache Operations
              No-Ops
            GemFire Cache Transaction Semantics
        JTA Global Transactions with GemFire
          Coordinating with External JTA Transactions Managers
            How to Run a JTA Transaction Coordinated by an External Transaction Manager
          Using GemFire as the JTA Transaction Manager
            How to Run a JTA Global Transaction Using GemFire as the JTA Transaction Manager
              Configuring Database Connections Using JNDI
              Example DataSource Configurations in cache.xml
          Behavior of GemFire Cache Writers and Loaders Under JTA
          Turning Off JTA Transactions
        Monitoring and Troubleshooting Transactions
        Transaction Coding Examples
          Basic Transaction Example
          Basic Suspend and Resume Transaction Example
          Transaction Run in Multiple Regions Example
          Transactional Using a Function Example
          GemFire JTA Transaction Example
      Function Execution
        Use Cases for Function Execution
        How Function Execution Works
        Executing a Function in vFabric GemFire
    Managing vFabric GemFire
      GemFire Management and Monitoring
        Management and Monitoring Features
        Architecture and Components
        JMX Manager Operations
          Starting a JMX Manager
          Configuring a JMX Manager
          Stopping a JMX Manager
        Federated MBean Architecture
          List of GemFire JMX MBeans
            JMX Manager MBeans
            Managed Node MBeans
          Browsing GemFire MBeans through JConsole
          GemFire JMX MBean Notifications
            Notification Federation
            List of GemFire JMX MBean Notifications
              MemberMXBean Notifications
              CacheServerMXBean Notifications
              DistributedSystemMXBean Notifications
        Configuring RMI Registry Ports and RMI Connectors
        Executing gfsh Commands through the Management API
        Management and Monitoring Programming Examples
      Heap Use and Management
        How the Resource Manager Works
        Control Heap Use with the Resource Manager
        Resource Manager Example Configurations
      Disk Storage
        How Disk Stores Work
        Disk Store File Names and Extensions
        Disk Store Operation Logs
        Configuring Disk Stores
          Designing and Configuring Disk Stores
          Disk Store Configuration Parameters
          Modifying the Default Disk Store
        Optimizing a System with Disk Stores
        Starting and Shutting Down a System with Disk Stores
          How Startup and Shutdown Work with Disk Stores
          Starting a System with Disk Stores
          Shutting Down a System with Disk Stores
        Disk Store Management
          Disk Store Management Commands and Operations
          Validating a Disk Store
          Running Compaction on Disk Store Log Files
          Synchronizing Your Offline Disk Store with Your Cache
          Handling Missing Disk Stores
          Managing How Data is Written to Disk
        Back Up and Restore a Disk Store
      Cache and Region Snapshots
        Usage and Performance Notes
        Exporting Cache and Region Snapshots
        Importing Cache and Region Snapshots
        Filtering Entries During Import or Export
        Reading Snapshots Programmatically
      Network Partitioning
        How Network Partitioning Management Works
        Failure Detection and Membership Views
        Membership Coordinators, Lead Members and Member Weighting
        Network Partitioning Scenarios
        Configure vFabric GemFire to Handle Network Partitioning
        Preventing Network Partitions
      Security
        vFabric GemFire Security Features
        Security Information Specific to vFabric GemFire
          External Interfaces, Ports, and Services
          Resources That Must Be Protected
          Log File Locations
          User Accounts Created at Installation
          Obtaining and Installing Security Updates
        Security Implementation Overview
        Where to Place Security Settings
        Authentication
          How Authentication Works
          Implementing Authentication
          Setting Up JMX Authentication for GemFire Management and Monitoring
          Encrypting Passwords for Use in cache.xml
          Encrypt Credentials with Diffie-Hellman
          Authentication Examples
        Authorization
          How Authorization Works
          Implementing Authorized Access Control for the Cache
          Performance and Programming Considerations
          Authorization Example
        SSL
          How SSL Works
          Implementing SSL
          SSL Sample Implementation
      Performance Tuning and Configuration
        Improving GemFire Performance on vSphere
          Operating System Guidelines
          NUMA, CPU, and BIOS Settings
          Physical and Virtual NIC Settings
          VMware vSphere vMotion and DRS Cluster Usage
          Placement and Organization of Virtual Machines
          Virtual Machine Memory Reservation
          vSphere High Availability and vFabric GemFire
          Storage Guidelines
          Additional Resources
        Performance Controls
          Data Serialization
          Setting Cache Timeouts
          Controlling Socket Use
          Management of Slow Receivers
          Increasing the Ratio of Cache Hits
        System Member Performance
          Distributed System Member Properties
          JVM Memory Settings and System Performance
          Garbage Collection and System Performance
          Connection Thread Settings and Performance
        Slow Receivers with TCP/IP
          Preventing Slow Receivers
          Managing Slow Receivers
        Slow distributed-ack Messages
        Socket Communication
          Setting Socket Buffer Sizes
          Ephemeral TCP Port Limits
          Making Sure You Have Enough Sockets
          TCP/IP Peer-to-Peer Handshake Timeouts
        UDP Communication
        Multicast Communication
          Provisioning Bandwidth for Multicast
          Testing Multicast Speed Limits
          Configuring Multicast Speed Limits
          Run-time Considerations for Multicast
          Troubleshooting the Multicast Tuning Process
        Maintaining Cache Consistency
        Logging
          Categories of Log Messages
          Naming, Searching, and Creating Log Files
          Set Up Logging
      Statistics
        How Statistics Work
        Transient Region and Entry Statistics
        Application-Defined and Custom Statistics
        Configuring and Using Statistics
        GemFire Statistics List
      Troubleshooting and System Recovery
        Producing Artifacts for Troubleshooting
        Diagnosing System Problems
        System Failure and Recovery
        Recovering from Application and Cache Server Crashes
          Recovering from Crashes with a Peer-to-Peer Configuration
          Recovering from Crashes with a Client/Server Configuration
        Recovering from Machine Crashes
        Understanding and Recovering from Network Outages
    Deploying and Running vFabric GemFire
      Deploying vFabric GemFire Configuration Files
        Main Steps to Deploying Configuration Files
        Default File Specifications and Search Locations
        Changing the File Specifications
        Deploying Configuration Files in JAR Files
      Managing vFabric GemFire System Output Files
      Starting Up and Shutting Down Your System
        Introduction to Startup and Shutdown
        Starting Up Your System
        Shutting Down the System
      Using the GemFire SHell (gfsh)
        What You Can Do with gfsh
        Starting gfsh
        Basic Shell Features and Command-Line Usage
        Tutorial: Performing Common Tasks with gfsh
        Configuring the gfsh Environment
        Useful gfsh Shell Variables
        Quick Reference of gfsh Commands by Functional Area
          Basic GemFire SHell Commands
          Configuration Commands
          Data Commands
          Deployment Commands
          Disk Store Commands
          Durable CQ and Client Commands
          Function Execution Commands
          Gateway (WAN) Commands
          GemFire Monitoring Commands
          Index Commands
          JMX Connection Commands
          Locator Commands
          Region Commands
          Server Commands
        gfsh Command Help
          alter
            alter disk-store
            alter runtime
          backup disk-store
          close
            close durable-client
            close durable-cq
          compact
            compact disk-store
            compact offline-disk-store
          connect
          create
            create index
            create region
          debug
          deploy
          describe
            describe config
            describe connection
            describe disk-store
            describe member
            describe region
          destroy
            destroy function
            destroy index
            destroy region
          disconnect
          echo
          encrypt
          execute
          exit
          export
            export config
            export data
            export logs
            export stack-traces
          gc
          get
          help
          hint
          history
          import
          list
            list deployed
            list disk-stores
            list durable-cqs
            list functions
            list gateways
            list indexes
            list members
            list regions
          locate
          netstat
          pause gateway-sender
          put
          query
          rebalance
          remove
          resume gateway-sender
          revoke missing-disk-store
          run
          set variable
          show
            show dead-locks
            show log
            show metrics
            show missing-disk-stores
            show subscription-queue-size
          shutdown
          sleep
          start
            start data-browser
            start gateway-receiver
            start gateway-sender
            start jconsole
            start jvisualvm
            start locator
            start pulse
            start server
            start vsd
          status
            status gateway-receiver
            status gateway-sender
            status locator
            status server
          stop
            stop gateway-receiver
            stop gateway-sender
            stop locator
            stop server
          undeploy
          upgrade offline-disk-store
          validate offline-disk-store
          version
        Creating and Running gfsh Command Scripts
      vFabric GemFire Locator Process
      vFabric GemFire Servers
      Using Member Groups
      Deploying Application JARs to vFabric GemFire Members
      Firewall Considerations
        Firewalls and Connections
        Firewalls and Ports
        Locators, Gateway Receivers, and Ports
    Tools and Modules
      HTTP Session Management Modules
        HTTP Session Management Quick Start
        Advantages of Using GemFire for Session Management
        Common Topologies for HTTP Session Management
        General Information on HTTP Session Management
        Session State Log Files
        HTTP Session Management Module for vFabric tc Server
          Installing the HTTP Module for tc Server
          Setting Up the HTTP Module for tc Server
          Changing the Default GemFire Configuration in the tc Server Module
            Interactive Configuration Reference for the tc Server Module
        HTTP Session Management Module for Tomcat
          Installing the HTTP Module for Tomcat
          Setting Up the HTTP Module for Tomcat
          Changing the Default GemFire Configuration in the Tomcat Module
            Common GemFire Configuration Changes in Tomcat
        HTTP Session Management Module for AppServers
          Installing the HTTP Module for AppServers
          Setting Up the HTTP Module for AppServers
          Changing the Default GemFire Configuration in the AppServers Module
            Common GemFire Configuration Changes for AppServers
      Hibernate Cache Module
        Why Use Gemfire with Hibernate?
        How GemFire Works with Hibernate
        Installing the Hibernate Cache Module
        Setting Up the Hibernate Cache Module
        Advanced Configuration (Hibernate Cache Module)
        Changing vFabric GemFire Default Configuration (Hibernate Cache Module)
        Using Hibernate Cache Module with HTTP Session Management Module
      Gemcached
        How Gemcached Works
        Deploying and Configuring a Gemcached Server
        Advantages of Gemcached over Memcached
      DiskConverterPre65to65
        Running DiskConverterPre65to65
      GemFire Pulse
        Pulse Quick Start (Embedded Mode)
        Hosting Pulse on a Web Application Server
        Configuring Pulse Authentication
        Using Pulse Views
      DataBrowser
        DataBrowser System Requirements
        Installation and Licensing
        Running DataBrowser
        Connecting DataBrowser to a vFabric GemFire System
        Tour of the DataBrowser Interface
        DataBrowser Preferences
        How DataBrowser Works
      Visual Statistics Display
        VSD Overview
        VSD System Requirements
        Installing and Running VSD
        Viewing Statistics in VSD
    Reference
      gemfire.properties and gfsecurity.properties (GemFire Properties)
        Using Non-ASCII Strings in vFabric GemFire Property Files
      cache.xml
        cache.xml Quick Reference
        <cache> Element Hierarchy
        <cache> Element Reference
          <cache-transaction-manager>
            <transaction-listener>
            <transaction-writer>
          <dynamic-region-factory>
            Untitled Topic
          <gateway-hub>
          <gateway>
            <gateway-endpoint>
            <gateway-listener>
            <gateway-queue>
          <gateway-sender>
            <gateway-event-filter>
            <gateway-transport-filter>
          <gateway-receiver>
            <gateway-transport-filter>
          <gateway-conflict-resolver>
          <async-event-queue>
            <async-event-listener>
          <cache-server>
            <group>
            <client-subscription>
            <custom-load-probe>
          <bridge-server>
            <group>
            <client-subscription>
            <custom-load-probe>
          <pool>
            <locator>
            <server>
          <disk-store>
            <disk-dirs>
              <disk-dir>
          <pdx>
            <pdx-serializer>
          <region-attributes>
            <key-constraint>
            <value-constraint>
            <region-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <region-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <disk-write-attributes>
              <asynchronous-writes>
              <synchronous-writes>
            <disk-dirs>
            <partition-attributes>
              <partition-resolver>
              <partition-listener>
              <fixed-partition-attributes>
            <membership-attributes>
              <required-role>
            <subscription-attributes>
            <cache-loader>
            <cache-writer>
            <cache-listener>
            <eviction-attributes>
              <lru-entry-count>
              <lru-heap-percentage>
              <lru-memory-size>
          <jndi-bindings>
            <jndi-binding>
              <config-property>
                <config-property-name>
                <config-property-type>
                <config-property-value>
          <region>
            <index>
              <functional>
              <primary-key>
            <entry>
              <key>
                <string>
                <declarable>
              <value>
                <string>
                <declarable>
            <region>
          <vm-root-region>
          <function-service>
            <function>
          <resource-manager>
          <serialization-registration>
            <serializer>
            <instantiator>
          <backup>
          <initializer>
            <declarable>
          <class-name> and <parameter>
          <declarable>
          <string>
        <client-cache> Element Hierarchy
        <client-cache> Element Reference
          cache-transaction-manager
            transaction-listener
            transaction-writer
          <dynamic-region-factory>
            Untitled Topic
          <pool >
            <locator>
            <server>
          <disk-store >
            <disk-dirs>
              <disk-dir>
          <pdx>
            <pdx-serializer>
          <region-attributes >
            <key-constraint>
            <value-constraint>
            <region-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <region-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-time-to-live>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <entry-idle-time>
              <expiration-attributes>
                <custom-expiry>
            <disk-write-attributes>
              <asynchronous-writes>
              <synchronous-writes>
            <disk-dirs>
              <disk-dir>
            <partition-attributes>
              <partition-resolver>
              <partition-listener>
              <fixed-partition-attributes>
            <membership-attributes>
              <required-role>
            <subscription-attributes>
            Untitled Topic
            Untitled Topic
            <cache-listener>
            <eviction-attributes>
              <lru-entry-count>
              <lru-heap-percentage>
              <lru-memory-size>
          <jndi-bindings >
            <jndi-binding>
              <config-property>
          <region >
            <region-attributes>
            <index>
              <functional>
              <primary-key>
            <entry>
              <key>
                <string>
                <declarable>
              <value>
                <string>
                <declarable>
            <region>
          <function-service >
            <function>
          <resource-manager>
          <serialization-registration>
            <serializer>
            <instantiator>
          <initializer>
      Region Shortcuts
        Region Shortcuts Quick Reference
        LOCAL
        LOCAL_HEAP_LRU
        LOCAL_OVERFLOW
        LOCAL_PERSISTENT
        LOCAL_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION
        PARTITION_HEAP_LRU
        PARTITION_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION_PERSISTENT
        PARTITION_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION_PROXY
        PARTITION_PROXY_REDUNDANT
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_HEAP_LRU
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_OVERFLOW
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_PERSISTENT
        PARTITION_REDUNDANT_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        REPLICATE
        REPLICATE_HEAP_LRU
        REPLICATE_OVERFLOW
        REPLICATE_PERSISTENT
        REPLICATE_PERSISTENT_OVERFLOW
        REPLICATE_PROXY
      Exceptions and System Failures
      Memory Requirements for Cached Data
    Glossary
  vFabric GemFire Native Client User's Guide
    Getting Started with vFabric GemFire Native Client
      About the Native Client
      Installing the Native Client
        Installing on Linux and Solaris
        Installing on Windows
        Uninstalling the Native Client
        Licensing
      Running Native Client Applications
        Developing C++ Programs on Linux
        Developing C++ Programs on Solaris
        Developing C++ Programs on Windows
      QuickStart Examples and Guide
        Running the QuickStart Examples
        Accessing the QuickStart Guide
    Setting System Properties
      Configuring the Native Client and Cache Server
        Native Client Configuration
        Cache Server Configuration
        Attribute Definition Priority
        Search Path for Multiple gfcpp.properties Files
        Overriding gfcpp.properties Settings
        Defining Properties Programmatically
      Attributes in gfcpp.properties
      gfcpp.properties Example File
        Using the Default Sample File
    Configuring the Native Client Cache
      Caches
        About the Native Client Cache
        Cache APIs
        Local, Remote, and Distributed Caches
        Creating and Accessing a Cache
        Closing the Cache
      Cache Initialization File (cache.xml)
        Cache Initialization File Basics
        Example cache.xml File
        Native Client Cache XML DTD
      Regions
        Declarative Region Creation
        Programmatic Region Creation
        Invalidating and Destroying Regions
        Region Access
        Getting the Region Size
      Region Entries
        Entry Distribution Requirements
        Registering Interest for Entries
        Using serverKeys to Retrieve a Set of Region Keys
        Adding Entries to the Cache
        Updating Entries
        Accessing Entries
        Invalidating or Destroying Cached Entries
        Notification for Operations
      Region Consistency
      Region Attributes
        Specifying Region Attributes
        RegionShortcuts
        Mutable and Immutable Region Attributes
        CachingEnabled
        InitialCapacity
        LoadFactor
        ConcurrencyLevel
        ConcurrencyChecksEnabled
        LruEntriesLimit
        DiskPolicy
        PersistenceManager
        Specifying Application Plug-In Attributes
        Specifying Expiration Attributes
      Cache Management
        Client-to-Server Connection Process
        Controlling Cache Size
        Managing the Lifetime of a Cached Object
        Using Thread Safety in Cache Management
        Troubleshooting
    vFabric GemFire Native Client C++ API
      About the Native Client C++ API
      Creating a Cache
      Creating a Proxy Client-Side Region
      Adding an Entry to the Cache
      Accessing an Entry
      Serializing Data
        Region Data Requiring Serialization
        Data Serialization Options
        Serializing Data with GemFire PDX Serialization
          Serialize Your Domain Objects with PdxSerializer and PdxWrapper
          Serialize Using the GemFire PdxSerializable Class
            Performing put, get, and localDestroy Operations with a PDX Domain Object
          Programming Your Application to Use PdxInstances
          Configuring PDX to Ignore Unread Fields During Deserialization
          Using PdxInstanceFactory to Create PdxInstances
          Using C++ Enum Type with PDX Serialization
          Using PDX Serialization with Delta Propagation
        Serializing Data with the GemFire Serializable Interface
        Serializing Object Graphs
        Serializing and Accessing Data as a Blob
      Implementing User-Defined Objects in Java Clients
      Using a Custom Class
      Creating New Statistics
    vFabric GemFire Native Client C# .NET API
      About the Native Client C# .NET API
        C# .NET Naming and Usage Conventions
        Primary APIs in GemStone::GemFire::Cache::Generic
          Cache APIs
          Region and Entry APIs
          Data Serialization APIs
          Event Handling APIs
          Property Collections and Logging APIs
      C++ Class to .NET Class Mappings
      Java to .NET Type Mapping Table
      Object Lifetimes
      .NET Application Domains
        Problem Scenarios
      Creating a Cache
      Creating a Region
      Adding an Entry to the Cache
      Accessing an Entry
      Data Serialization
        Data Serialization Options
        Serialize with GemFire PDX Serialization
          GemFire PDX Serialization Features
          Serialize Using the GemFire Pdx Autoserializer
          Extend the PDX Autoserializer
          Serialize Your Domain Objects with IPdxSerializer
          Serialize Using the GemFire IPdxSerializable Interface
          Program Your Application to Use IPdxInstance
          Use the IPdxInstanceFactory to Create IPdxInstances
          Map .NET Domain Type Names to PDX Type Names with IPdxTypeMapper
        Serialize with the GemFire IGFSerializable Interface
          Generic and Custom Serializable Types
          How Serialization Works with IGFSerializable
          Implement the IGFSerializable Interface
          Register the Type
        Using a Custom Class With IGFSerializable
          Application Callbacks
          A Simple C# Example
      Troubleshooting .NET Applications
        Resolving the Error
        Using GemStone.GemFire.Cache.dll As a Private Assembly
        Implementing the Shared Assembly
    Preserving Data
      High Availability for Client-Server Communication
        Configuring Native Clients for High Availability
        Sending Periodic Acknowledgment
      Enabling Queue Conflation to Improve Update Performance
      Durable Client Messaging
        Durable Client Messaging Requirements
        Client-Side Configuration
          Configuring a Durable Native Client
          Configuring Durable Interest in Keys
        Sending Cache Ready Messages to the Server
        Disconnecting from the Server
        Life Cycle of a Durable Client
          Initial Operation
          Disconnection
          Reconnection
          Durable Message Replay
          Application Operations During Interest Registration
        Implementing Cache Listeners for Durable Clients
    Security
      Authentication
        Process and Multiuser Authentication
        Configuring Credentials for Authentication
        Configuring Authentication by the Cache Server
        Server Authentication Errors
        Creating Multiple Secure User Connections
          Requirements and Caveats for RegionService
        Using an LDAP Server for Client Authentication
      Encrypted Authentication
        Encrypt Credentials with Diffe-Hellman
        Using PKCS for Encrypted Authentication
      Client Authorization
        Configuring Client Authorization
        Post-Operative Authorization
        Determining Pre- or Post-Operation Authorization
      Security-Related System Properties (gfcpp.properties)
      SSL Client/Server Communication
        Step 1: Download and install OpenSSL
        Step 2: Compile ACE SSL or request precompiled ACE SSL DLL from VMware
        Step 3: Create keystores
        Step 4: Configure environment variables
        Step 5: Configure SSL properties in gfcpp.properties and gemfire.properties
        Step 6: Start and stop the client and server
        Limitations
    Remote Querying
      Remote Querying Basics
        Examples Data and Class Definitions
        Executing a Query from the Native Client
        Querying the Portfolios Region
        Modifying Cache Contents
        Creating Indexes
        Remote Querying Requirements
      Using Query Strings in the Native Client
        FROM Clause
          Using Iterator Variables
          Importing and Using Object Classes
          Predefined Class Types
          Specifying the Object Types of FROM Clause Collections
        SELECT Projection List
        SELECT Statement Query Results
        WHERE Clause
        Joins
      Accessing Cached Data
        Basic Region Access
        Attribute Visibility
        Modifying Query Scope
        Nested Query Scopes
        When Names Cannot Be Resolved
      Query Language Elements
        Method Invocation
        Query Language Literals Supported by Native Client
        Type Conversions
      Remote Query API
        Creating and Managing Queries
        Query Result Sets
        Query Code Samples Returning ResultSet
        Query Code Samples Returning StructSet
    Continuous Querying
      How Continuous Querying Works
      Implementing a Continuous Query
        Configuring Your System for Continuous Querying
        Writing the Continuous Query
        Writing the CQ Listener or CQ Status Listener
        CqEvent Object
        Running the Continuous Query Code
        CQ Execution Options
        When an Error Occurs in a Running CQ
      Managing Continuous Queries
      CQ API and Main Features
    Using Connection Pools
      How Client Load Balancing Works
        Server Locators
        Connection Pools
        Discovering Locators Dynamically
      Configuring Pools
        Native Client Pool API
        Pool Configuration Example and Settings
        Subscription Properties
        Running the Connection Pool Code
    Transactions
      How Native Client Transactions Work
      Running a Native Client Transaction
      Suspending and Resuming Transactions
    Function Execution
      Understanding Data-Aware Function Routing
      How Functions Execute
      Executing Functions in GemFire
        Running the Function
        Programming to Get Function Results
        Solutions and Use Cases
    Delta Propagation
      How Delta Propagation Works
      Delta Propagation API
      Cloning
      Implementing Delta Propagation
      Exceptions and Limitations
      Examples of Delta Propagation
    Programming Examples
      Declaring a Native Client Region
      API Programming Example – C#
      API Programming Example – C++
      Data Serialization Examples
        C++ Example
        C# Example
        Java Serialization Example
    Appendix A: Interoperability of Language Classes and Types
      C++ Class to .NET Class Mappings
        Interoperability of C++ Types When Using PDX Serialization
      Java to .NET Type Mapping Table
    Appendix B: System Statistics
      Sampling Statistics
      System Performance Statistics
        Region Statistics
        Cache Performance Statistics
        Continuous Query Statistics
        CQ Service Statistics
        Pool Statistics
        Delta Statistics
      Operating System Statistics
        Linux Process Statistics
        Solaris Process Statistics
        Windows Process Statistics
    Appendix C: Installing the SQLite Persistence Manager
      Linux Installation
      Solaris Installation
      Windows Installation
    Glossary
vFabric SQLFire 1.1
  About the SQLFire User's Guide
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started with vFabric SQLFire
    vFabric SQLFire in 15 Minutes
    Overview of vFabric SQLFire
      Data Flow Diagram
      GemFire, Apache Derby, and SQL Components
    Understanding the SQLFire Distributed System
      vFabric SQLFire Members
      Servers, Peer Clients, and Server Groups
      Discovery Mechanisms
      Group Membership Service
      Replicated Tables and Partitioned Tables
      Parallel Execution of Data-Aware Stored Procedures
      Cache Plug-ins for External Data Connections
    Installing vFabric SQLFire
      Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
      RHEL Only: Install vFabric SQLFire from an RPM
      Install vFabric SQLFire from a ZIP File
    Activating vFabric SQLFire Licensing
      Understand vFabric SQLFire License Options
      Choose a License Option Based on Topology
      How vFabric SQLFire Manages Licensing
      Install and Configure vFabric SQLFire Licenses
      Verify Your License and Check Your License Usage
    Upgrading vFabric SQLFire
      Before You Upgrade
      RHEL: Upgrade vFabric SQLFire from RPM
      Upgrade vFabric SQLFire from a ZIP File
      Version Compatibility Rules
    Connect to vFabric SQLFire with JDBC Tools
    Tutorials
      Main Steps
      Create a SQLFire Cluster
      Connect to the Cluster Using SQLF
      Create Replicated Tables and Execute Queries
      Implement a Partitioning Strategy
      Persist Tables to Disk
      Add Servers to the Cluster and Stop Servers
      Perform Additional Tasks
    vFabric SQLFire Features and Benefits
  Managing Your Data in vFabric SQLFire
    Designing vFabric SQLFire Databases
      Design Principles of Scalable, Partition-Aware Databases
      Identify Entity Groups and Partitioning Keys
        Use Entity Groups Instead of "Sharding"
      Replicate Code Tables
      Dealing with Many-to-Many Relationships
      Example: Adapting a Database Schema for SQLFire
    Using Server Groups to Manage Data
      Server Groups Overview
      Adding Members to Server Groups
      Assigning Tables to Server Groups
    Partitioning Tables
      How Table Partitioning Works
      Understanding Where Data Is Stored
      Failure and Redundancy
      Creating Partitioned Tables
        Partitioning Examples
        Colocating Related Rows from Multiple Tables
        Making a Partitioned Table Highly Available
        Limiting the Memory Consumption on a Member
        Pre-Allocating Buckets
      Rebalancing Partitioned Data on SQLFire Members
      Managing Replication Failures
    Replicating Tables
      How SQLFire Replicates Tables
      Deciding When to Use Replicated Tables
      Creating Replicated Tables
    Estimating Memory Requirements
      Estimating SQLFire Overhead
      Viewing Memory Usage in SYS.MEMORYANALYTICS
        Enabling SYS.MEMORYANALYTICS
        Understanding Table and Index Values
        Displaying the Total Memory Footprint
    Using Disk Stores to Persist Data
      Overview of Disk Stores
        What SQLFire Writes to the Disk Store
        Disk Store State
        Disk Store Directories
        Disk Store Persistence Attributes
        Disk Store File Names and Extensions
        Disk Store Operation Logs
        Factors Contributing to High Disk Throughput
      Guidelines for Designing Disk Stores
      Creating a Disk Store or Using the Default
      Persist Table Data to a Disk Store
      Optimizing Availability and Performance
      Starting System with Disk Stores
        Start a System with Disk Stores
      Disk Store Management
        Validate a Disk Store
        Compacting Disk Store Log Files
        Backing Up and Restoring Online Disk Stores
        Backing Up and Restoring Offline Disk Stores
        Handling Missing Disk Stores
    Exporting and Importing Data with vFabric SQLFire
      Using SQLF Commands to Export and Import Data
        Export, Alter, and Import a Database Schema Using SQLF
      Using Apache DdlUtils to Import Data
        Overview of DdlUtils
        Export, Alter, and Import a Database Schema Using DdlUtils
        Example build.xml File
      Exporting and Importing Data from Text Files
    Using Table Functions to Import Data as a SQLFire Tables
      Overview of SQLFire Table Functions
        Preferred getXXX() methods for SQLFire Table Functions
      Example Table Function
  Developing Applications with SQLFire
    Starting SQLFire Servers with the FabricServer Interface
      Starting a Network Server
    Developing Java Clients and Peers
      Connect to a SQLFire Server with the Thin Client JDBC Driver
      Start a SQLFire Peer with the Peer Client JDBC Driver
    Configuring SQLFire as a JDBC Datasource
    Using SQLFire with Hibernate
    Storing and Loading JAR Files in SQLFire
      Class Loading Overview
        Create JAR Files for Your Application
        Manage JAR Files in SQLFire
        Code Your Applications
      Alternate Methods for Managing JAR Files
    Developing ADO.NET Client Applications
      About the ADO.NET Driver
      ADO.NET Driver Classes
      Installing and Using the ADO.NET driver
      Connecting to SQLFire with the ADO.NET Driver
      Managing Connections
      Executing SQL Commands
      Working with Result Sets
      Storing a Table
      Storing Multiple Tables
      Specifying Command Parameters with SQLFParameter
      Updating Row Data
      Adding Rows to a Table
      Managing SQLFire Transactions
      Performing Batch Updates
      Generic Coding with the SQLFire ADO.NET Driver
    Using SQLFire.NET Designer
      Installing SQLFire.NET Designer
      Connecting to a SQLFire Distributed System
      Editing Tables
    Understanding the Data Consistency Model
      Data Consistency Concepts
      No Ordering Guarantee for DML in Separate Threads
      Updates on Any Row Are Atomic and Isolated
      Atomicity for Bulk Updates
    Using Distributed Transactions in Your Applications
      Overview of SQLFire Distributed Transactions
        Supported Transaction Isolation Levels
        Transactions and DDL Statements
        Handling Member Failures
      Sequence of Events for a Distributed Transaction
      SQLFire Transaction Design
      Best Practices for Using Transactions
      Transaction Functionality and Limitations
    Using Data-Aware Stored Procedures
      Configuring a Procedure
      Configuring a Custom Result Processor
      Invoking a Procedure
        High Availability for SQLFire Procedures
        Default Result Processor
      Example JDBC Client
    Using the Procedure Provider API
      Procedure Parameters
      Populating OUT and INOUT Parameters
      Populating Result Sets
      Using the <local> and <global> Escape Syntax with Nested Queries
    Using the Custom Result Processor API
      Implementing the ProcedureResultProcessor Interface
      Example Result Processor: MergeSort
        Procedure Implementation
        Merge Sort Result Processor
    Programming User-Defined Types
    Using Result Sets and Cursors
      Non-updatable, Forward-Only Result Sets
      Updatable Result Sets
        Requirements for Updatable Result Sets
        Forward-Only Updatable Result Sets
        Scrollable, Updatable Result Sets
        Inserting Rows with Updatable Result Sets
        Naming or Accessing the Name of a Cursor
        Extended Example of an Updatable Result Set
      Scrollable Insensitive Result Sets
      Result Sets and Autocommit
  Caching Data with vFabric SQLFire
    SQLFire Cache Strategies
    Using a RowLoader to Load Existing Data
      How SQLFire Invokes a RowLoader
      Implementing the RowLoader Interface
      Using the JDBCRowLoader Example
    Evicting Table Data from SQLFire
      How LRU Eviction Works
      Limitations of Eviction
      Eviction in Partitioned Tables
      Create a Table with Eviction Settings
    Handling DML Events Synchronously
      Writer and Listener Cache Plug-ins
      Example Writer Implementation
      Example Listener Implementation
    Handling DML Events Asynchronously
      How the AsyncEventListener Works
      Implementation Requirements
      Implementing an AsyncEventListener
    Using DBSynchronizer to Apply DML to an RDBMS
      How DBSynchronizer Works
      Restrictions and Limitations
      Configuring DBSynchronizer
    Suppressing Event Callbacks for a vFabric SQLFire Connection
  Deploying vFabric SQLFire
    SQLFire Deployment Models
      Embedded Peer-to-Peer Deployment
      Client-Server Deployment
      Multi-site Deployment
        How Multi-site Systems Work
        How Multi-site Event Distribution Works
        Supported and Unsupported Topologies
    Steps to Plan and Configure a Deployment
    Configuring Discovery Mechanisms
      Using Locators
        Start and Stop Locators
        Start SQLFire Peers and Servers Using Locators
        Connect to a Distributed System Using Locators
      Configure Multicast Discovery
    Starting and Configuring SQLFire Servers
      Start and Stop SQLFire Servers Using sqlf
      Specify the Server Working Directory
      Specify Client Connection Information
      Define Server Groups
      Execute SQL When You Start a Server
      Using Additional Boot Properties
        Configuring SQLFire Properties
    Configuring Multi-site (WAN) Deployments
      About Gateways
      About High Availability for WAN Deployments
      Limitations of Multi-Site Replication
      Prerequisites for WAN Replication
      Steps to Configure a Multi-site Deployment
        Configure Locators for WAN Member Discovery
        Create and Start Gateway Sender
        Create Tables with Gateway Senders
        Create a Gateway Receiver
        Start and Stop Gateway Senders
        Add and Remove Gateway Senders and Receivers
        Display Running Gateway Senders
    Configuring Authentication and Authorization
      Configuring User Authentication
        User Authentication and Member Ownership
        Enable User Authentication
        Creating Users for BUILTIN Authentication
          Create and View System Users
          Encrypt the Password of a System User
          Change a System User Password
          Create Distributed System Users
        Configuring LDAP Directory Service
          Configure SQLFire to Use Your LDAP Directory Service
          Guest Access to Search for DNs
          LDAP Restrictions and Performance Guidelines
        JNDI-Specific Properties for External Directory Services
        JMX and Authentication
      User Names in Authentication and Authorization
        User Names and Authorization Identifiers
        Conversion of User Name to Authorization Identifier
        SQLFire Member JVM Owner
      Configuring User Authorization
        Set the SQL Standard Authorization Mode
        Set the Default Connection Access Mode
        Set the Authorizations for Individual Users
        Read-only and Full Access Permissions
        User Authorization Exceptions
        Set User Permissions for Database Objects in SQL Standard Authorization
      Configuring Network Encryption and Authentication with SSL/TLS
        Generate Key Pairs and Certificates
        Start the Server with SSL/TLS
        Run a Client with SSL/TLS
  Managing and Monitoring vFabric SQLFire
    Configuring and Using SQLFire Log Files
      Log Message Format
      Severity Levels
      Using java.util.logging.Logger for Application Log Messages
      Using Trace Flags for Advanced Debugging
    Querying SQLFire System Tables and Indexes
      Getting Information About SQLFire Members
      Getting Information About User Tables
    Evaluating Query Plans and Query Statistics
      Capture a Query Plan for an Individual Statement
      Capture Query Plans for All Statements
      Example Query Plan Analysis
      Query Plan Codes
    Overriding Optimizer Choices
    Evaluating System and Application Performance
      Collecting System Statistics
      Collecting Application Statistics
      Using VSD to Analyze Statistics
        Transaction Performance
        Table Performance
        SQL Statement Performance
        Application Performance
        Memory Usage
        CPU Usage
    Using Java Management Extensions (JMX)
      Using a JMX Manager Node
        Starting a JMX Manager
        Configuring a JMX Manager
        Connecting to a JMX Manager
        Stopping a JMX Manager
        Setting Up JMX Manager Authentication
      Using a vFabric SQLFire JMX Agent
        Example Configuration
        Starting the JMX Agent
          Agent Properties File and Log Files
          Basic JMX Agent Properties
          Distributed System Properties for JMX Agent
          E-mail Notification Properties for the JMX Agent
        Connecting to a JMX Agent
        Stopping the JMX Agent
        Configuring JMX Connectors and Adapters
          RMIConnectorServer Properties
          MX4J/Http Adaptor Properties
        Configuring SSL Communication between the JMX Agent and Clients
        vFabric SQLFire MBeans
    Best Practices for Tuning Performance
      Tune Application Logic
      Reduce Distribution Overhead
      Reduce Overhead of Eviction to Disk
      Minimize Update Latency for Replicated Tables
      Tune FabricServers
      Tuning Disk I/O
      Running SQLFire in Virtualized Environments
    Detecting and Handling Network Segmentation ("Split Brain")
  vFabric SQLFire Reference
    Configuration Properties
    JDBC API
      Core JDBC Classes, Interfaces, and Methods
        java.sql.BatchUpdateException Class
        java.sql.Connection Interface
        java.sql.DatabaseMetaData Interface
        java.sql.Driver Interface
        java.sql.DriverManager.getConnection Method
        java.sql.PreparedStatement Interface
        java.sql.ResultSet Interface
        java.sql.SavePoint Class
        java.sql.SQLException Class
        java.sql.Statement Class
        javax.sql.XADataSource
      Mapping java.sql.Types to SQL Types
      JDBC Escape Syntax
        JDBC Escape Keyword for Call Statements
        JDBC Escape Syntax for LIKE Clauses
        JDBC Escape Syntax for fn Keyword
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Outer Joins
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Time Formats
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Date Formats
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Timestamp Formats
    sqlf Launcher Commands
      sqlf backup
      sqlf compact-all-disk-stores
      sqlf compact-disk-store
      sqlf encrypt-password
      sqlf install-jar
      sqlf list-missing-disk-stores
      sqlf locator
      sqlf Logging Support
      sqlf merge-logs
      sqlf remove-jar
      sqlf replace-jar
      sqlf revoke-missing-disk-store
      sqlf run
      sqlf server
      sqlf show-disk-store-metadata
      sqlf shut-down-all
      sqlf stats
      sqlf upgrade-disk-store
      sqlf validate-disk-store
      sqlf version
      sqlf write-data-dtd-to-file
      sqlf write-data-to-db
      sqlf write-data-to-xml
      sqlf write-schema-to-db
      sqlf write-schema-to-sql
      sqlf write-schema-to-xml
    sqlf Interactive Commands
      absolute
      after last
      async
      autocommit
      before first
      close
      commit
      connect
      connect client
      connect peer
      describe
      disconnect
      driver
      elapsedtime
      execute
      exit
      first
      get scroll insensitive cursor
      GetCurrentRowNumber
      help
      last
      LocalizedDisplay
      MaximumDisplayWidth
      next
      prepare
      previous
      protocol
      relative
      remove
      rollback
      run
      set connection
      show
      wait for
    SQLFire API
      CredentialInitializer
      UserAuthenticator
      Procedure Implementation Interfaces
        ProcedureExecutionContext
        OutgoingResultSet
      Procedure Result Processor Interfaces
        ProcedureResultProcessor
        ProcedureProcessorContext
        IncomingResultSet
    SQL Language Reference
      Keywords and Identifiers
        Standard SQL Identifiers
      SQL Statements
        ALTER TABLE
        CALL
        CREATE Statements
          CREATE ALIAS
          CREATE ASYNCEVENTLISTENER
          CREATE DISKSTORE
          CREATE FUNCTION
          CREATE GATEWAYRECEIVER
          CREATE GATEWAYSENDER
          CREATE GLOBAL HASH INDEX
          CREATE INDEX
          CREATE PROCEDURE
          CREATE SCHEMA
          CREATE SYNONYM
          CREATE TABLE
            Column Definition
            CONSTRAINT Clause
            PARTITION BY Clause
            SERVER GROUPS Clause
            GATEWAYSENDER Clause
            ASYNCEVENTLISTENER Clause
            EVICTION BY Clause
            EXPIRE Clause
            PERSISTENT Clause
          CREATE TRIGGER
          CREATE TYPE
          CREATE VIEW
        DECLARE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE
        DELETE
        EXPLAIN
        DROP statements
          DROP ALIAS
          DROP ASYNCEVENTLISTENER
          DROP DISKSTORE
          DROP GATEWAYRECEIVER
          DROP GATEWAYSENDER
          DROP FUNCTION
          DROP INDEX
          DROP PROCEDURE
          DROP SCHEMA
          DROP TABLE
          DROP TRIGGER
          DROP TYPE
          DROP VIEW
        GRANT
        INSERT
        REVOKE
        SELECT
        SET ISOLATION
        SET SCHEMA
        TRUNCATE TABLE
        UPDATE
      SQL Queries
        Query
        ScalarSubquery
        TableSubquery
      SQL Clauses
        FOR UPDATE Clause
        FROM Clause
        GROUP BY Clause
        HAVING Clause
        OFFSET and FETCH FIRST Clauses
        ORDER BY Clause
        WHERE Clause
      SQL Expressions
        SelectExpression
        TableExpression
        VALUES Expression
        Expression Precedence
        Boolean Expressions
        Dynamic Parameters
          Where Dynamic Parameters Are Allowed
      JOIN Operations
        INNER JOIN Operation
        LEFT OUTER JOIN Operation
        RIGHT OUTER JOIN Operation
      Built-in Functions
        Standard Built-in Functions
          Aggregates (set functions)
          ABS or ABSVAL function
          ACOS function
          ASIN function
          ATAN function
          ATAN2 function
          AVG function
          BIGINT function
          CASE expressions
          CAST function
          CEIL or CEILING function
          CHAR function
          COALESCE function
          Concatenation operator
          COS function
          COSH function
          COT function
          COUNT function
          COUNT(*) function
          CURRENT DATE function
          CURRENT_DATE function
          CURRENT ISOLATION function
          CURRENT_ROLE function
          CURRENT SCHEMA function
          CURRENT TIME function
          CURRENT_TIME function
          CURRENT TIMESTAMP function
          CURRENT_TIMESTAMP function
          CURRENT_USER function
          DATE function
          DAY function
          DEGREES function
          DOUBLE function
          EXP function
          FLOOR function
          HOUR function
          INTEGER function
          LCASE or LOWER function
          LENGTH function
          LN or LOG function
          LOG10 function
          LOCATE function
          LTRIM function
          MAX function
          MIN function
          MINUTE function
          MOD function
          MONTH function
          NULLIF expressions
          PI function
          RADIANS function
          RANDOM function
          RAND function
          RTRIM function
          SECOND function
          SESSION_USER function
          SIGN function
          SIN function
          SINH function
          SMALLINT function
          SQRT function
          SUBSTR function
          SUM function
          TAN function
          TANH function
          TIME function
          TIMESTAMP function
          TRIM function
          UCASE or UPPER function
          USER function
          VARCHAR function
          XMLEXISTS operator
          XMLPARSE operator
          XMLQUERY operator
          XMLSERIALIZE operator
          YEAR function
        SQLFire Built-in Functions
          DSID Function
          GROUPS Function
          GROUPSINTERSECT Function
          GROUPSINTERSECTION Function
          GROUPSUNION Function
      Built-in System Procedures
        Standard Built-in Procedures
          SYSCS_UTIL.EMPTY_STATEMENT_CACHE
          SYSCS_UTIL.EXPORT_QUERY
          SYSCS_UTIL.EXPORT_TABLE
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_DATA
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_DATA_EX
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_DATA_LOBS_FROM_EXTFILE system procedure
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_TABLE
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_TABLE_EX
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_TABLE_LOBS_FROM_EXTFILE
          SYSCS_UTIL.SET_EXPLAIN_CONNECTION
          SYSCS_UTIL.SET_STATISTICS_TIMING
        JAR Installation Procedures
          SQLJ.INSTALL_JAR
          SQLJ.REMOVE_JAR
          SQLJ.REPLACE_JAR
        Callback Configuration Procedures
          SYS.ADD_LISTENER
          SYS.ATTACH_LOADER
          SYS.ATTACH_WRITER
          SYS.CREATE_ALL_BUCKETS
          SYS.REBALANCE_ALL_BUCKETS
          SYS.REMOVE_LISTENER
          SYS.REMOVE_LOADER
          SYS.REMOVE_WRITER
          SYS.START_ASYNC_EVENT_LISTENER
          SYS.STOP_ASYNC_EVENT_LISTENER
        Heap Eviction Configuration Procedures
          SYS.SET_EVICTION_HEAP_PERCENTAGE
          SYS.SET_EVICTION_HEAP_PERCENTAGE_SG
        WAN, Statistics, and User Configuration Procedures
          SYS.CHANGE_PASSWORD
          SYS.CREATE_USER
          SYS.DISKSTORE_FSYNC
          SYS.INCREMENT_TABLE_VERSION
          SYS.SET_GLOBAL_STATEMENT_STATISTICS
          SYS.SET_TRACE_FLAG
          SYS.SHOW_USERS
          SYS.START_GATEWAYSENDER
          SYS.STOP_GATEWAYSENDER
          SYS.WAIT_FOR_SENDER_QUEUE_FLUSH
      Data Types
      SQL Standards Conformance
    System Tables
      ASYNCEVENTLISTENERS
      GATEWAYRECEIVERS
      GATEWAYSENDERS
      INDEXES
      JARS
      MEMBERS
      MEMORYANALYTICS
      STATEMENTPLANS
      SYSALIASES
      SYSCHECKS
      SYSCOLPERMS
      SYSCOLUMNS
      SYSCONGLOMERATES
      SYSCONSTRAINTS
      SYSDEPENDS
      SYSDISKSTORES
      SYSFILES
      SYSFOREIGNKEYS
      SYSKEYS
      SYSROLES
      SYSROUTINEPERMS
      SYSSCHEMAS
      SYSSTATEMENTS
      SYSSTATISTICS
      SYSTABLEPERMS
      SYSTABLES
      SYSTRIGGERS
      SYSVIEWS
    Exception Messages and SQL States
    ADO.NET Driver Reference
      SQLFire Data Types in ADO.NET
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.BatchUpdateException
      VMWare.Data.SQLFire.SQLFClientConnection
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFCommand
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFCommandBuilder
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFType
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFDataAdapter
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFDataReader
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFException
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFParameter
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFParameterCollection
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFTransaction
    vFabric SQLFire Limitations
      SQL Language Limitations
        Query Capabilities and Limitations
      ADO.NET Driver Limitations
  Troubleshooting Common Problems
  vFabric SQLFire Glossary
  About the SQLFire User's Guide
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started with vFabric SQLFire
    vFabric SQLFire in 15 Minutes
    Overview of vFabric SQLFire
      Data Flow Diagram
      GemFire, Apache Derby, and SQL Components
    Understanding the SQLFire Distributed System
      vFabric SQLFire Members
      Servers, Peer Clients, and Server Groups
      Discovery Mechanisms
      Group Membership Service
      Replicated Tables and Partitioned Tables
      Parallel Execution of Data-Aware Stored Procedures
      Cache Plug-ins for External Data Connections
    Installing vFabric SQLFire
      Installation Note for vFabric Suite Customers
      RHEL Only: Install vFabric SQLFire from an RPM
      Install vFabric SQLFire from a ZIP File
    Activating vFabric SQLFire Licensing
      Understand vFabric SQLFire License Options
      Choose a License Option Based on Topology
      How vFabric SQLFire Manages Licensing
      Install and Configure vFabric SQLFire Licenses
      Verify Your License and Check Your License Usage
    Upgrading vFabric SQLFire
      Before You Upgrade
      RHEL: Upgrade vFabric SQLFire from RPM
      Upgrade vFabric SQLFire from a ZIP File
      Version Compatibility Rules
    Connect to vFabric SQLFire with JDBC Tools
    Tutorials
      Main Steps
      Create a SQLFire Cluster
      Connect to the Cluster Using SQLF
      Create Replicated Tables and Execute Queries
      Implement a Partitioning Strategy
      Persist Tables to Disk
      Add Servers to the Cluster and Stop Servers
      Perform Additional Tasks
    vFabric SQLFire Features and Benefits
  Managing Your Data in vFabric SQLFire
    Designing vFabric SQLFire Databases
      Design Principles of Scalable, Partition-Aware Databases
      Identify Entity Groups and Partitioning Keys
        Use Entity Groups Instead of "Sharding"
      Replicate Code Tables
      Dealing with Many-to-Many Relationships
      Example: Adapting a Database Schema for SQLFire
    Using Server Groups to Manage Data
      Server Groups Overview
      Adding Members to Server Groups
      Assigning Tables to Server Groups
    Partitioning Tables
      How Table Partitioning Works
      Understanding Where Data Is Stored
      Failure and Redundancy
      Creating Partitioned Tables
        Partitioning Examples
        Colocating Related Rows from Multiple Tables
        Making a Partitioned Table Highly Available
        Limiting the Memory Consumption on a Member
        Pre-Allocating Buckets
      Rebalancing Partitioned Data on SQLFire Members
      Managing Replication Failures
    Replicating Tables
      How SQLFire Replicates Tables
      Deciding When to Use Replicated Tables
      Creating Replicated Tables
    Estimating Memory Requirements
      Estimating SQLFire Overhead
      Viewing Memory Usage in SYS.MEMORYANALYTICS
        Enabling SYS.MEMORYANALYTICS
        Understanding Table and Index Values
        Displaying the Total Memory Footprint
    Using Disk Stores to Persist Data
      Overview of Disk Stores
        What SQLFire Writes to the Disk Store
        Disk Store State
        Disk Store Directories
        Disk Store Persistence Attributes
        Disk Store File Names and Extensions
        Disk Store Operation Logs
        Factors Contributing to High Disk Throughput
      Guidelines for Designing Disk Stores
      Creating a Disk Store or Using the Default
      Persist Table Data to a Disk Store
      Optimizing Availability and Performance
      Starting System with Disk Stores
        Start a System with Disk Stores
      Disk Store Management
        Validate a Disk Store
        Compacting Disk Store Log Files
        Backing Up and Restoring Online Disk Stores
        Backing Up and Restoring Offline Disk Stores
        Handling Missing Disk Stores
    Exporting and Importing Data with vFabric SQLFire
      Using SQLF Commands to Export and Import Data
        Export, Alter, and Import a Database Schema Using SQLF
      Using Apache DdlUtils to Import Data
        Overview of DdlUtils
        Export, Alter, and Import a Database Schema Using DdlUtils
        Example build.xml File
      Exporting and Importing Data from Text Files
    Using Table Functions to Import Data as a SQLFire Tables
      Overview of SQLFire Table Functions
        Preferred getXXX() methods for SQLFire Table Functions
      Example Table Function
  Developing Applications with SQLFire
    Starting SQLFire Servers with the FabricServer Interface
      Starting a Network Server
    Developing Java Clients and Peers
      Connect to a SQLFire Server with the Thin Client JDBC Driver
      Start a SQLFire Peer with the Peer Client JDBC Driver
    Configuring SQLFire as a JDBC Datasource
    Using SQLFire with Hibernate
    Storing and Loading JAR Files in SQLFire
      Class Loading Overview
        Create JAR Files for Your Application
        Manage JAR Files in SQLFire
        Code Your Applications
      Alternate Methods for Managing JAR Files
    Developing ADO.NET Client Applications
      About the ADO.NET Driver
      ADO.NET Driver Classes
      Installing and Using the ADO.NET driver
      Connecting to SQLFire with the ADO.NET Driver
      Managing Connections
      Executing SQL Commands
      Working with Result Sets
      Storing a Table
      Storing Multiple Tables
      Specifying Command Parameters with SQLFParameter
      Updating Row Data
      Adding Rows to a Table
      Managing SQLFire Transactions
      Performing Batch Updates
      Generic Coding with the SQLFire ADO.NET Driver
    Using SQLFire.NET Designer
      Installing SQLFire.NET Designer
      Connecting to a SQLFire Distributed System
      Editing Tables
    Understanding the Data Consistency Model
      Data Consistency Concepts
      No Ordering Guarantee for DML in Separate Threads
      Updates on Any Row Are Atomic and Isolated
      Atomicity for Bulk Updates
    Using Distributed Transactions in Your Applications
      Overview of SQLFire Distributed Transactions
        Supported Transaction Isolation Levels
        Transactions and DDL Statements
        Handling Member Failures
      Sequence of Events for a Distributed Transaction
      SQLFire Transaction Design
      Best Practices for Using Transactions
      Transaction Functionality and Limitations
    Using Data-Aware Stored Procedures
      Configuring a Procedure
      Configuring a Custom Result Processor
      Invoking a Procedure
        High Availability for SQLFire Procedures
        Default Result Processor
      Example JDBC Client
    Using the Procedure Provider API
      Procedure Parameters
      Populating OUT and INOUT Parameters
      Populating Result Sets
      Using the <local> and <global> Escape Syntax with Nested Queries
    Using the Custom Result Processor API
      Implementing the ProcedureResultProcessor Interface
      Example Result Processor: MergeSort
        Procedure Implementation
        Merge Sort Result Processor
    Programming User-Defined Types
    Using Result Sets and Cursors
      Non-updatable, Forward-Only Result Sets
      Updatable Result Sets
        Requirements for Updatable Result Sets
        Forward-Only Updatable Result Sets
        Scrollable, Updatable Result Sets
        Inserting Rows with Updatable Result Sets
        Naming or Accessing the Name of a Cursor
        Extended Example of an Updatable Result Set
      Scrollable Insensitive Result Sets
      Result Sets and Autocommit
  Caching Data with vFabric SQLFire
    SQLFire Cache Strategies
    Using a RowLoader to Load Existing Data
      How SQLFire Invokes a RowLoader
      Implementing the RowLoader Interface
      Using the JDBCRowLoader Example
    Evicting Table Data from SQLFire
      How LRU Eviction Works
      Limitations of Eviction
      Eviction in Partitioned Tables
      Create a Table with Eviction Settings
    Handling DML Events Synchronously
      Writer and Listener Cache Plug-ins
      Example Writer Implementation
      Example Listener Implementation
    Handling DML Events Asynchronously
      How the AsyncEventListener Works
      Implementation Requirements
      Implementing an AsyncEventListener
    Using DBSynchronizer to Apply DML to an RDBMS
      How DBSynchronizer Works
      Restrictions and Limitations
      Configuring DBSynchronizer
    Suppressing Event Callbacks for a vFabric SQLFire Connection
  Deploying vFabric SQLFire
    SQLFire Deployment Models
      Embedded Peer-to-Peer Deployment
      Client-Server Deployment
      Multi-site Deployment
        How Multi-site Systems Work
        How Multi-site Event Distribution Works
        Supported and Unsupported Topologies
    Steps to Plan and Configure a Deployment
    Configuring Discovery Mechanisms
      Using Locators
        Start and Stop Locators
        Start SQLFire Peers and Servers Using Locators
        Connect to a Distributed System Using Locators
      Configure Multicast Discovery
    Starting and Configuring SQLFire Servers
      Start and Stop SQLFire Servers Using sqlf
      Specify the Server Working Directory
      Specify Client Connection Information
      Define Server Groups
      Execute SQL When You Start a Server
      Using Additional Boot Properties
        Configuring SQLFire Properties
    Configuring Multi-site (WAN) Deployments
      About Gateways
      About High Availability for WAN Deployments
      Limitations of Multi-Site Replication
      Prerequisites for WAN Replication
      Steps to Configure a Multi-site Deployment
        Configure Locators for WAN Member Discovery
        Create and Start Gateway Sender
        Create Tables with Gateway Senders
        Create a Gateway Receiver
        Start and Stop Gateway Senders
        Add and Remove Gateway Senders and Receivers
        Display Running Gateway Senders
    Configuring Authentication and Authorization
      Configuring User Authentication
        User Authentication and Member Ownership
        Enable User Authentication
        Creating Users for BUILTIN Authentication
          Create and View System Users
          Encrypt the Password of a System User
          Change a System User Password
          Create Distributed System Users
        Configuring LDAP Directory Service
          Configure SQLFire to Use Your LDAP Directory Service
          Guest Access to Search for DNs
          LDAP Restrictions and Performance Guidelines
        JNDI-Specific Properties for External Directory Services
        JMX and Authentication
      User Names in Authentication and Authorization
        User Names and Authorization Identifiers
        Conversion of User Name to Authorization Identifier
        SQLFire Member JVM Owner
      Configuring User Authorization
        Set the SQL Standard Authorization Mode
        Set the Default Connection Access Mode
        Set the Authorizations for Individual Users
        Read-only and Full Access Permissions
        User Authorization Exceptions
        Set User Permissions for Database Objects in SQL Standard Authorization
      Configuring Network Encryption and Authentication with SSL/TLS
        Generate Key Pairs and Certificates
        Start the Server with SSL/TLS
        Run a Client with SSL/TLS
  Managing and Monitoring vFabric SQLFire
    Configuring and Using SQLFire Log Files
      Log Message Format
      Severity Levels
      Using java.util.logging.Logger for Application Log Messages
      Using Trace Flags for Advanced Debugging
    Querying SQLFire System Tables and Indexes
      Getting Information About SQLFire Members
      Getting Information About User Tables
    Evaluating Query Plans and Query Statistics
      Capture a Query Plan for an Individual Statement
      Capture Query Plans for All Statements
      Example Query Plan Analysis
      Query Plan Codes
    Overriding Optimizer Choices
    Evaluating System and Application Performance
      Collecting System Statistics
      Collecting Application Statistics
      Using VSD to Analyze Statistics
        Transaction Performance
        Table Performance
        SQL Statement Performance
        Application Performance
        Memory Usage
        CPU Usage
    Using Java Management Extensions (JMX)
      Using a JMX Manager Node
        Starting a JMX Manager
        Configuring a JMX Manager
        Connecting to a JMX Manager
        Stopping a JMX Manager
        Setting Up JMX Manager Authentication
      Using a vFabric SQLFire JMX Agent
        Example Configuration
        Starting the JMX Agent
          Agent Properties File and Log Files
          Basic JMX Agent Properties
          Distributed System Properties for JMX Agent
          E-mail Notification Properties for the JMX Agent
        Connecting to a JMX Agent
        Stopping the JMX Agent
        Configuring JMX Connectors and Adapters
          RMIConnectorServer Properties
          MX4J/Http Adaptor Properties
        Configuring SSL Communication between the JMX Agent and Clients
        vFabric SQLFire MBeans
    Best Practices for Tuning Performance
      Tune Application Logic
      Reduce Distribution Overhead
      Reduce Overhead of Eviction to Disk
      Minimize Update Latency for Replicated Tables
      Tune FabricServers
      Tuning Disk I/O
      Running SQLFire in Virtualized Environments
    Detecting and Handling Network Segmentation ("Split Brain")
  vFabric SQLFire Reference
    Configuration Properties
    JDBC API
      Core JDBC Classes, Interfaces, and Methods
        java.sql.BatchUpdateException Class
        java.sql.Connection Interface
        java.sql.DatabaseMetaData Interface
        java.sql.Driver Interface
        java.sql.DriverManager.getConnection Method
        java.sql.PreparedStatement Interface
        java.sql.ResultSet Interface
        java.sql.SavePoint Class
        java.sql.SQLException Class
        java.sql.Statement Class
        javax.sql.XADataSource
      Mapping java.sql.Types to SQL Types
      JDBC Escape Syntax
        JDBC Escape Keyword for Call Statements
        JDBC Escape Syntax for LIKE Clauses
        JDBC Escape Syntax for fn Keyword
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Outer Joins
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Time Formats
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Date Formats
        JDBC Escape Syntax for Timestamp Formats
    sqlf Launcher Commands
      sqlf backup
      sqlf compact-all-disk-stores
      sqlf compact-disk-store
      sqlf encrypt-password
      sqlf install-jar
      sqlf list-missing-disk-stores
      sqlf locator
      sqlf Logging Support
      sqlf merge-logs
      sqlf remove-jar
      sqlf replace-jar
      sqlf revoke-missing-disk-store
      sqlf run
      sqlf server
      sqlf show-disk-store-metadata
      sqlf shut-down-all
      sqlf stats
      sqlf upgrade-disk-store
      sqlf validate-disk-store
      sqlf version
      sqlf write-data-dtd-to-file
      sqlf write-data-to-db
      sqlf write-data-to-xml
      sqlf write-schema-to-db
      sqlf write-schema-to-sql
      sqlf write-schema-to-xml
    sqlf Interactive Commands
      absolute
      after last
      async
      autocommit
      before first
      close
      commit
      connect
      connect client
      connect peer
      describe
      disconnect
      driver
      elapsedtime
      execute
      exit
      first
      get scroll insensitive cursor
      GetCurrentRowNumber
      help
      last
      LocalizedDisplay
      MaximumDisplayWidth
      next
      prepare
      previous
      protocol
      relative
      remove
      rollback
      run
      set connection
      show
      wait for
    SQLFire API
      CredentialInitializer
      UserAuthenticator
      Procedure Implementation Interfaces
        ProcedureExecutionContext
        OutgoingResultSet
      Procedure Result Processor Interfaces
        ProcedureResultProcessor
        ProcedureProcessorContext
        IncomingResultSet
    SQL Language Reference
      Keywords and Identifiers
        Standard SQL Identifiers
      SQL Statements
        ALTER TABLE
        CALL
        CREATE Statements
          CREATE ALIAS
          CREATE ASYNCEVENTLISTENER
          CREATE DISKSTORE
          CREATE FUNCTION
          CREATE GATEWAYRECEIVER
          CREATE GATEWAYSENDER
          CREATE GLOBAL HASH INDEX
          CREATE INDEX
          CREATE PROCEDURE
          CREATE SCHEMA
          CREATE SYNONYM
          CREATE TABLE
            Column Definition
            CONSTRAINT Clause
            PARTITION BY Clause
            SERVER GROUPS Clause
            GATEWAYSENDER Clause
            ASYNCEVENTLISTENER Clause
            EVICTION BY Clause
            EXPIRE Clause
            PERSISTENT Clause
          CREATE TRIGGER
          CREATE TYPE
          CREATE VIEW
        DECLARE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE
        DELETE
        EXPLAIN
        DROP statements
          DROP ALIAS
          DROP ASYNCEVENTLISTENER
          DROP DISKSTORE
          DROP GATEWAYRECEIVER
          DROP GATEWAYSENDER
          DROP FUNCTION
          DROP INDEX
          DROP PROCEDURE
          DROP SCHEMA
          DROP TABLE
          DROP TRIGGER
          DROP TYPE
          DROP VIEW
        GRANT
        INSERT
        REVOKE
        SELECT
        SET ISOLATION
        SET SCHEMA
        TRUNCATE TABLE
        UPDATE
      SQL Queries
        Query
        ScalarSubquery
        TableSubquery
      SQL Clauses
        FOR UPDATE Clause
        FROM Clause
        GROUP BY Clause
        HAVING Clause
        OFFSET and FETCH FIRST Clauses
        ORDER BY Clause
        WHERE Clause
      SQL Expressions
        SelectExpression
        TableExpression
        VALUES Expression
        Expression Precedence
        Boolean Expressions
        Dynamic Parameters
          Where Dynamic Parameters Are Allowed
      JOIN Operations
        INNER JOIN Operation
        LEFT OUTER JOIN Operation
        RIGHT OUTER JOIN Operation
      Built-in Functions
        Standard Built-in Functions
          Aggregates (set functions)
          ABS or ABSVAL function
          ACOS function
          ASIN function
          ATAN function
          ATAN2 function
          AVG function
          BIGINT function
          CASE expressions
          CAST function
          CEIL or CEILING function
          CHAR function
          COALESCE function
          Concatenation operator
          COS function
          COSH function
          COT function
          COUNT function
          COUNT(*) function
          CURRENT DATE function
          CURRENT_DATE function
          CURRENT ISOLATION function
          CURRENT_ROLE function
          CURRENT SCHEMA function
          CURRENT TIME function
          CURRENT_TIME function
          CURRENT TIMESTAMP function
          CURRENT_TIMESTAMP function
          CURRENT_USER function
          DATE function
          DAY function
          DEGREES function
          DOUBLE function
          EXP function
          FLOOR function
          HOUR function
          INTEGER function
          LCASE or LOWER function
          LENGTH function
          LN or LOG function
          LOG10 function
          LOCATE function
          LTRIM function
          MAX function
          MIN function
          MINUTE function
          MOD function
          MONTH function
          NULLIF expressions
          PI function
          RADIANS function
          RANDOM function
          RAND function
          RTRIM function
          SECOND function
          SESSION_USER function
          SIGN function
          SIN function
          SINH function
          SMALLINT function
          SQRT function
          SUBSTR function
          SUM function
          TAN function
          TANH function
          TIME function
          TIMESTAMP function
          TRIM function
          UCASE or UPPER function
          USER function
          VARCHAR function
          XMLEXISTS operator
          XMLPARSE operator
          XMLQUERY operator
          XMLSERIALIZE operator
          YEAR function
        SQLFire Built-in Functions
          DSID Function
          GROUPS Function
          GROUPSINTERSECT Function
          GROUPSINTERSECTION Function
          GROUPSUNION Function
      Built-in System Procedures
        Standard Built-in Procedures
          SYSCS_UTIL.EMPTY_STATEMENT_CACHE
          SYSCS_UTIL.EXPORT_QUERY
          SYSCS_UTIL.EXPORT_TABLE
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_DATA
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_DATA_EX
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_DATA_LOBS_FROM_EXTFILE system procedure
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_TABLE
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_TABLE_EX
          SYSCS_UTIL.IMPORT_TABLE_LOBS_FROM_EXTFILE
          SYSCS_UTIL.SET_EXPLAIN_CONNECTION
          SYSCS_UTIL.SET_STATISTICS_TIMING
        JAR Installation Procedures
          SQLJ.INSTALL_JAR
          SQLJ.REMOVE_JAR
          SQLJ.REPLACE_JAR
        Callback Configuration Procedures
          SYS.ADD_LISTENER
          SYS.ATTACH_LOADER
          SYS.ATTACH_WRITER
          SYS.CREATE_ALL_BUCKETS
          SYS.REBALANCE_ALL_BUCKETS
          SYS.REMOVE_LISTENER
          SYS.REMOVE_LOADER
          SYS.REMOVE_WRITER
          SYS.START_ASYNC_EVENT_LISTENER
          SYS.STOP_ASYNC_EVENT_LISTENER
        Heap Eviction Configuration Procedures
          SYS.SET_EVICTION_HEAP_PERCENTAGE
          SYS.SET_EVICTION_HEAP_PERCENTAGE_SG
        WAN, Statistics, and User Configuration Procedures
          SYS.CHANGE_PASSWORD
          SYS.CREATE_USER
          SYS.DISKSTORE_FSYNC
          SYS.INCREMENT_TABLE_VERSION
          SYS.SET_GLOBAL_STATEMENT_STATISTICS
          SYS.SET_TRACE_FLAG
          SYS.SHOW_USERS
          SYS.START_GATEWAYSENDER
          SYS.STOP_GATEWAYSENDER
          SYS.WAIT_FOR_SENDER_QUEUE_FLUSH
      Data Types
      SQL Standards Conformance
    System Tables
      ASYNCEVENTLISTENERS
      GATEWAYRECEIVERS
      GATEWAYSENDERS
      INDEXES
      JARS
      MEMBERS
      MEMORYANALYTICS
      STATEMENTPLANS
      SYSALIASES
      SYSCHECKS
      SYSCOLPERMS
      SYSCOLUMNS
      SYSCONGLOMERATES
      SYSCONSTRAINTS
      SYSDEPENDS
      SYSDISKSTORES
      SYSFILES
      SYSFOREIGNKEYS
      SYSKEYS
      SYSROLES
      SYSROUTINEPERMS
      SYSSCHEMAS
      SYSSTATEMENTS
      SYSSTATISTICS
      SYSTABLEPERMS
      SYSTABLES
      SYSTRIGGERS
      SYSVIEWS
    Exception Messages and SQL States
    ADO.NET Driver Reference
      SQLFire Data Types in ADO.NET
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.BatchUpdateException
      VMWare.Data.SQLFire.SQLFClientConnection
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFCommand
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFCommandBuilder
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFType
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFDataAdapter
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFDataReader
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFException
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFParameter
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFParameterCollection
      VMware.Data.SQLFire.SQLFTransaction
    vFabric SQLFire Limitations
      SQL Language Limitations
        Query Capabilities and Limitations
      ADO.NET Driver Limitations
  Troubleshooting Common Problems
  vFabric SQLFire Glossary
vFabric RabbitMQ 3.2
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started With vFabric RabbitMQ
    About vFabric RabbitMQ
      Main Components
        vFabric RabbitMQ Server
        vFabric RabbitMQ Plug-ins
        vFabric RabbitMQ Client Libraries
      What You Can Do with vFabric RabbitMQ
        Main Features
        How vFabric RabbitMQ Is Engineered for Modern Messaging
        Protocols Supported by vFabric RabbitMQ
    Installing vFabric RabbitMQ
      RHEL: Install vFabric RabbitMQ from a RPM
        Install vFabric RabbitMQ from the RPM Repository
        Install vFabric RabbitMQ from a Downloaded RPM
      RHEL: Start and Stop the RabbitMQ Server
      RHEL: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Java Client Libraries from RPM
      SLES: Install vFabric RabbitMQ
        Install vFabric RabbitMQ from a tar.gz file
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric RabbitMQ from the vFabric Debian Package Repository
      Ubuntu: Start and Stop the RabbitMQ Server
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Java Client Libraries from the vFabric Debian Repository
      Windows: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Server
      Windows: Start and Stop the RabbitMQ Server
      Windows: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Client Libraries
      Activate a vFabric RabbitMQ License
      Upgrade vFabric RabbitMQ
      Troubleshooting Installation Problems
    Next Steps
      Perform General Server Configuration Tasks
      Implement SSL
      Set Up Distributed Messaging and High Availability
      Set Up and Work with vFabric RabbitMQ Clients
  Using vFabric RabbitMQ
    Server Documentation
      Access Control
        Default database access
      Changelog
      Clustering Guide
        Clustering transcript
        Upgrading clusters
        A cluster on a single machine
        Firewalled nodes
        Connecting to Clusters from Clients
        Clustering and Network Partitions
        Net Tick Time
          Overview
          Tick Frequency
      Configuration
        Customise RabbitMQ Environment
        RabbitMQ Environment Variables
        Configuration File
        File Locations
          Unix Default Locations
          Windows Default Locations
          Generic Unix Default Locations
        Parameters
      Distributed RabbitMQ brokers
      Firehose Tracer
      Flow Control
        Per-Connection Flow Control
        Memory-Based Flow Control
        Disk-Based Flow Control
        Client Notifications
      Highly Available Queues
        Mirrored Queue Behaviour
        Unsynchronised Slaves
        Starting and Stopping Nodes
        Configuring Mirroring
      Manual Pages
        Section 1 - General Commands
        Section 5 - File formats
        rabbitmqctl(1) manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Options
          Commands
        rabbitmq-plugins(1) manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Commands
        rabbitmq-server(1) manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Environment
          Options
          See also
        rabbitmq-service.bat manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Commands
          Environment
        rabbitmq-echopid.bat manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Options
        rabbitmq-env.conf(5) manual page
          Name
          Description
          See also
      Memory Use
      Plugins
        Supported Plugins
        Unsupported Plugins
        Installing Additional Plugins
        Plugins and Upgrades
        Federation Plugin
          What does it do?
          Getting Started
          Federating clusters
          Federated Exchanges
            Implementation
            Example topologies
          Federated Queues
            Using Federated Queues
            Limitations
            Pitfalls
          Federation Reference
            Configuration reference
            Link status reporting
        LDAP Plugin
          Basic configuration
          Configuring authorisation
          Authorisation query reference
          Example configuration
        Management Plugin
          Getting started
          Permissions
          HTTP API
          Configuration
          Note on clustering
          Proxy setup
          Management Command Line Tool
        MQTT Plugin
        Shovel plugin
          What does it do?
          Getting Started
          Shovel status
          Configuration
          Example Configuration
        STOMP Plugin
      Reliability Guide
        What Can Fail?
        Connection Failures
        At the Broker
        At the Producer
        At the Consumer
        Distributed RabbitMQ
      SASL Authentication
        Built-in mechanisms
        Server configuration
        Client configuration
      SSL Support
        Keys, Certificates and CA Certificates
        Enabling SSL Support in RabbitMQ
        Levels of Trust
        Configuring the .Net client
        Configuring the Erlang client
        SSL Troubleshooting
          Understanding SSL logs
      Troubleshooting
      Windows Quirks
    Client Documentation
      AMQP URI Specification
        URI query parameters
      Java Client API Guide
        Protocol class overview
        Connections and channels
        Advanced Connection options
        Using exchanges and queues
        Publishing messages
        Channel thread-safety
        Receiving messages by subscription
        Retrieving individual messages
        Handling unroutable messages
        Basic RPC
        Shutdown Protocol
        Java Client Tools
          PerfTest
          Tracer
      Javadoc Documention
      .NET Client Library User Guide
      .NET Client API Documentation
    Protocol Documentation
      AMQP 0-9-1 Complete Reference Guide
        Protocol Information
        Classes
          connection
          channel
          exchange
          queue
          basic
          tx
          confirm
        Domains
        Constants
      AMQP 0-9-1 Quick Reference
        basic
        channel
        confirm
        exchange
        queue
        tx
      Broker Semantics
        Semantics of tx
        Message ordering guarantees
        Exclusive queues, durability and mirroring
      Compatibility and Conformance
        Specification versions supported
        Differences between versions
        Interoperability
        Deprecated classes
        Classes from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1
        Methods from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1
        Rules from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1
        Rules from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1 (PDF)
        Rules from the AMQP specification, version 0-8
        Interoperability
          Interoperation with Qpid
          Interoperation with OpenAMQ
          RabbitMQ versions tested
        AMQP 0-8 to 0-9-1
      Protocol Extensions
        Alternate Exchanges
        Authentication Failure Notifications
        Blocked Connection Notifications
        Confirms (aka Publisher Acknowledgements)
        Consumer Cancel Notification
          Client and Server Capabilities
        Consumer Priorities
        Dead Letter Exchanges
        Exchange to Exchange Bindings
        Negative Acknowledgements
        Queue Length Limit
        Sender-selected Distribution
        Time-To-Live Extensions
          Per-Queue Message TTL
          Per-Message TTL
          Queue TTL
        Undeprecated Features
        Validated User-ID
    RabbitMQ Tutorials
      AMQP 0-9-1 Model Explained
        About This Guide
        High-level Overview of AMQP 0-9-1 and the AMQP Model
        Exchanges and Exchange Types
        Queues
        Bindings
        Consumers
        Message Attributes and Payload
        Message Acknowledgements
        AMQP 0-9-1 Methods
        Connections
        Channels
        Virtual Hosts
        AMQP is Extensible
        AMQP 0-9-1 Clients Ecosystem
      Tutorial One - 'Hello World!'
      Tutorial Two - Work queues
      Tutorial Three - Publish/Subscribe
      Tutorial Four - Routing
      Tutorial Five - Topics
      Tutorial Six - RPC
  Using the JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
    About JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
      Components of JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
      JMS and AMQP
      Limitations
    Installing and Configuring JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
      Install the JMS Client Software and the Topic Selector Plug-in
        Download and Install JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
        Install the vFabric RabbitMQ Topic Selector Plug-in
      Configure JMS Applications to Use JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
        Installing the JMS Client for RabbitMQ Libraries
        Defining JMS Objects in JNDI
        JMS and AMQP Destination Interoperability
          JMS 'amqp' RMQDestination Constructor
          JMS AMQP Destination XML Definitions
        Configuring Logging for the JMS Client
      What's Next?
    vFabric RabbitMQ Implementation of JMS API
      Connection Factory Interfaces
        ConnectionFactory
        QueueConnectionFactory
        TopicConnectionFactory
        XAQueueConnectionFactory
        XATopicConnectionFactory
      Server Session Interfaces
        ServerSessionPool
        ServerSession
      Connection Interfaces
        Connection
        QueueConnection
        TopicConnection
        XAConnection
        XAQueueConnection
        XATopicConnection
      Session Interfaces
        Session
        TopicSession
        QueueSession
        XAQueueSession
        XASession
        XATopicSession
      Consumer and Producer Interfaces
        ConnectionConsumer
        MessageProducer
        QueueSender
        TopicPublisher
      Message Interfaces
        Message
        BytesMessage
        MapMessage
        ObjectMessage
        StreamMessage
        TextMessage
      Message Consumer Interfaces
        MessageConsumer
        QueueReceiver
        TopicSubscriber
      Destination Interfaces
        Destination
        Queue
        TemporaryQueue
        Topic
        TemporaryTopic
      QueueBrowser
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
  Supported Configurations and System Requirements
  Getting Started With vFabric RabbitMQ
    About vFabric RabbitMQ
      Main Components
        vFabric RabbitMQ Server
        vFabric RabbitMQ Plug-ins
        vFabric RabbitMQ Client Libraries
      What You Can Do with vFabric RabbitMQ
        Main Features
        How vFabric RabbitMQ Is Engineered for Modern Messaging
        Protocols Supported by vFabric RabbitMQ
    Installing vFabric RabbitMQ
      RHEL: Install vFabric RabbitMQ from a RPM
        Install vFabric RabbitMQ from the RPM Repository
        Install vFabric RabbitMQ from a Downloaded RPM
      RHEL: Start and Stop the RabbitMQ Server
      RHEL: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Java Client Libraries from RPM
      SLES: Install vFabric RabbitMQ
        Install vFabric RabbitMQ from a tar.gz file
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric RabbitMQ from the vFabric Debian Package Repository
      Ubuntu: Start and Stop the RabbitMQ Server
      Ubuntu: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Java Client Libraries from the vFabric Debian Repository
      Windows: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Server
      Windows: Start and Stop the RabbitMQ Server
      Windows: Install vFabric RabbitMQ Client Libraries
      Activate a vFabric RabbitMQ License
      Upgrade vFabric RabbitMQ
      Troubleshooting Installation Problems
    Next Steps
      Perform General Server Configuration Tasks
      Implement SSL
      Set Up Distributed Messaging and High Availability
      Set Up and Work with vFabric RabbitMQ Clients
  Using vFabric RabbitMQ
    Server Documentation
      Access Control
        Default database access
      Changelog
      Clustering Guide
        Clustering transcript
        Upgrading clusters
        A cluster on a single machine
        Firewalled nodes
        Connecting to Clusters from Clients
        Clustering and Network Partitions
        Net Tick Time
          Overview
          Tick Frequency
      Configuration
        Customise RabbitMQ Environment
        RabbitMQ Environment Variables
        Configuration File
        File Locations
          Unix Default Locations
          Windows Default Locations
          Generic Unix Default Locations
        Parameters
      Distributed RabbitMQ brokers
      Firehose Tracer
      Flow Control
        Per-Connection Flow Control
        Memory-Based Flow Control
        Disk-Based Flow Control
        Client Notifications
      Highly Available Queues
        Mirrored Queue Behaviour
        Unsynchronised Slaves
        Starting and Stopping Nodes
        Configuring Mirroring
      Manual Pages
        Section 1 - General Commands
        Section 5 - File formats
        rabbitmqctl(1) manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Options
          Commands
        rabbitmq-plugins(1) manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Commands
        rabbitmq-server(1) manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Environment
          Options
          See also
        rabbitmq-service.bat manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Commands
          Environment
        rabbitmq-echopid.bat manual page
          Name
          Synopsis
          Description
          Options
        rabbitmq-env.conf(5) manual page
          Name
          Description
          See also
      Memory Use
      Plugins
        Supported Plugins
        Unsupported Plugins
        Installing Additional Plugins
        Plugins and Upgrades
        Federation Plugin
          What does it do?
          Getting Started
          Federating clusters
          Federated Exchanges
            Implementation
            Example topologies
          Federated Queues
            Using Federated Queues
            Limitations
            Pitfalls
          Federation Reference
            Configuration reference
            Link status reporting
        LDAP Plugin
          Basic configuration
          Configuring authorisation
          Authorisation query reference
          Example configuration
        Management Plugin
          Getting started
          Permissions
          HTTP API
          Configuration
          Note on clustering
          Proxy setup
          Management Command Line Tool
        MQTT Plugin
        Shovel plugin
          What does it do?
          Getting Started
          Shovel status
          Configuration
          Example Configuration
        STOMP Plugin
      Reliability Guide
        What Can Fail?
        Connection Failures
        At the Broker
        At the Producer
        At the Consumer
        Distributed RabbitMQ
      SASL Authentication
        Built-in mechanisms
        Server configuration
        Client configuration
      SSL Support
        Keys, Certificates and CA Certificates
        Enabling SSL Support in RabbitMQ
        Levels of Trust
        Configuring the .Net client
        Configuring the Erlang client
        SSL Troubleshooting
          Understanding SSL logs
      Troubleshooting
      Windows Quirks
    Client Documentation
      AMQP URI Specification
        URI query parameters
      Java Client API Guide
        Protocol class overview
        Connections and channels
        Advanced Connection options
        Using exchanges and queues
        Publishing messages
        Channel thread-safety
        Receiving messages by subscription
        Retrieving individual messages
        Handling unroutable messages
        Basic RPC
        Shutdown Protocol
        Java Client Tools
          PerfTest
          Tracer
      Javadoc Documention
      .NET Client Library User Guide
      .NET Client API Documentation
    Protocol Documentation
      AMQP 0-9-1 Complete Reference Guide
        Protocol Information
        Classes
          connection
          channel
          exchange
          queue
          basic
          tx
          confirm
        Domains
        Constants
      AMQP 0-9-1 Quick Reference
        basic
        channel
        confirm
        exchange
        queue
        tx
      Broker Semantics
        Semantics of tx
        Message ordering guarantees
        Exclusive queues, durability and mirroring
      Compatibility and Conformance
        Specification versions supported
        Differences between versions
        Interoperability
        Deprecated classes
        Classes from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1
        Methods from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1
        Rules from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1
        Rules from the AMQP specification, version 0-9-1 (PDF)
        Rules from the AMQP specification, version 0-8
        Interoperability
          Interoperation with Qpid
          Interoperation with OpenAMQ
          RabbitMQ versions tested
        AMQP 0-8 to 0-9-1
      Protocol Extensions
        Alternate Exchanges
        Authentication Failure Notifications
        Blocked Connection Notifications
        Confirms (aka Publisher Acknowledgements)
        Consumer Cancel Notification
          Client and Server Capabilities
        Consumer Priorities
        Dead Letter Exchanges
        Exchange to Exchange Bindings
        Negative Acknowledgements
        Queue Length Limit
        Sender-selected Distribution
        Time-To-Live Extensions
          Per-Queue Message TTL
          Per-Message TTL
          Queue TTL
        Undeprecated Features
        Validated User-ID
    RabbitMQ Tutorials
      AMQP 0-9-1 Model Explained
        About This Guide
        High-level Overview of AMQP 0-9-1 and the AMQP Model
        Exchanges and Exchange Types
        Queues
        Bindings
        Consumers
        Message Attributes and Payload
        Message Acknowledgements
        AMQP 0-9-1 Methods
        Connections
        Channels
        Virtual Hosts
        AMQP is Extensible
        AMQP 0-9-1 Clients Ecosystem
      Tutorial One - 'Hello World!'
      Tutorial Two - Work queues
      Tutorial Three - Publish/Subscribe
      Tutorial Four - Routing
      Tutorial Five - Topics
      Tutorial Six - RPC
  Using the JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
    About JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
      Components of JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
      JMS and AMQP
      Limitations
    Installing and Configuring JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
      Install the JMS Client Software and the Topic Selector Plug-in
        Download and Install JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
        Install the vFabric RabbitMQ Topic Selector Plug-in
      Configure JMS Applications to Use JMS Client for vFabric RabbitMQ
        Installing the JMS Client for RabbitMQ Libraries
        Defining JMS Objects in JNDI
        JMS and AMQP Destination Interoperability
          JMS 'amqp' RMQDestination Constructor
          JMS AMQP Destination XML Definitions
        Configuring Logging for the JMS Client
      What's Next?
    vFabric RabbitMQ Implementation of JMS API
      Connection Factory Interfaces
        ConnectionFactory
        QueueConnectionFactory
        TopicConnectionFactory
        XAQueueConnectionFactory
        XATopicConnectionFactory
      Server Session Interfaces
        ServerSessionPool
        ServerSession
      Connection Interfaces
        Connection
        QueueConnection
        TopicConnection
        XAConnection
        XAQueueConnection
        XATopicConnection
      Session Interfaces
        Session
        TopicSession
        QueueSession
        XAQueueSession
        XASession
        XATopicSession
      Consumer and Producer Interfaces
        ConnectionConsumer
        MessageProducer
        QueueSender
        TopicPublisher
      Message Interfaces
        Message
        BytesMessage
        MapMessage
        ObjectMessage
        StreamMessage
        TextMessage
      Message Consumer Interfaces
        MessageConsumer
        QueueReceiver
        TopicSubscriber
      Destination Interfaces
        Destination
        Queue
        TemporaryQueue
        Topic
        TemporaryTopic
      QueueBrowser
  Pivotal System Administration Modules and Plugins
vFabric Postgres 9.3
  vFabric Postgres Documentation
  vFabric Postgres Documentation
vFabric Hyperic 5.8
  vFabric Hyperic Documentation
  vFabric Hyperic Documentation
vFabric Application Director 5.0
  vFabric Application Director Documentation
  vFabric Application Director Documentation
PDF
  PDF Product Documentation
  PDF Product Documentation