I think, you are right.
Could you plese create issue for Ignite in Apache Jira[1]?

Until you can to use something like this:

    Ignite ig = Ignition.ignite();
    backend = ig.services().service(CacheStoreBackend.SERVICE_NAME);

as workaround.

[1]: https://issues.apache.org/jira/secure/Dashboard.jspa


YevIgn wrote
> Hello, everyone.
> 
> Recently, while using service injection in custom CacheStore 
> implementation, we faced the problem that with startup deployment of 
> services and caches through Spring, the services are not injected into 
> CacheStore. It doesn't happen when we deploy our services and caches 
> manually, so we assume the behavior is not intended.
> 
> Here is the small demo proejct: 
> https://github.com/YevIgn/ignite-cache-store-service-injection - when 
> running example.Main I get NPE on cache.put(..)
> 
> Could you, please, look into it and advise on possible resolution of 
> this issue?





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