Hi Jason,

Without going into detail, Ignite Client node is the same as Server node
but can't keep data.
And, if I remember correctly, it can finish transactions itself, so it need
ability to store data to datastore.

On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 4:35 AM, amdam23000 <629160...@qq.com> wrote:

> Hi Anton,
>
> really appreciate your help.
>
> Yes, with datasource specified in client side (datasource as property or a
> bean) it works fine.
>
> But i wonder why client need to have datasource to successfully access
> cache,
> i think client has no need to access database directly but instead just
> communicates with server node,
> it's the server node's responsibility to read-through/write-through
> database.
>
> What do you see about that?
>
>
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