Ignite stores date as it specify in marshaller. Binary marshaller was
configured by default.
In case, if Binary marshaller was specified, all internal works will be
processed in binary view (hence do not need to store java classes on
If you want to use binary view in own code, you should use "withKeepBinary"
cache method[1].
If your classes do not implement Binarylizable, the marshaller will get
values through reflection and builds binary view.
Is that clear explanation?


On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 5:02 PM, rishi007bansod <rishi007ban...@gmail.com>

> Thanks. After importing same package on server and client side solved my
> problem(initially i wrote class in client node instead of importing it).
> But, I am still unclear about how ignite stores data
> case I  : In both Binary and serialized format, and de-serializes data when
> required
> case II : Only in binary format, and then there is no need of
> de-serialization
> Can you please explain what is default behavior of ignite for storing
> data(is it case I or case II). Also I have configured cache from xml file
> that I have attached and I have used binarylizable interface so does this
> mean my objects are stored in binary format only?
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