Well, we need to take a closer look then. This may be affected by
transaction protocol. Viacheslav Koptilin, can you please create a test and
see what time goes to?

kestas, you can switch to Ignite.compute().affinityCall("key", () ->
{return cacheBinary.get("key").field("f"));}); This should work fine for
both transactional and atomic caches.

Yakov Zhdanov, Director R&D
*GridGain Systems*

2017-08-09 16:30 GMT+03:00 kestas <kaln...@gmail.com>:

> I did some testing on #invoke vs #get performance. It works as expected on
> ATOMIC cache, however on TRANSACTIONAL cache #invoke has even lower
> performance than pure #get. Is this to be expected?
> simplified code:
> some = cacheBinary.invoke(1,(mutableEntry, objects) ->
> mutableEntry.getValue().field("some"));
> and
> some = cache.get(1).getSome();
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