Hi Aaron,
 This looks like more of a File API of java :). I think it would be useful.
It does seem useful for some kind of group membership using ZooKeeper. You
just need to be a little careful about handling watches and ephemeral nodes
with such design. How do you plan to handle it?


On 2/13/10 12:50 PM, "Aaron Crow" <dirtyvagab...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Dear ZooKeepers,
> We recently integrated ZooKeeper into our Java project at work. This is a
> very cool project... I feel like a kid with a new toy. After using the Java
> API a little, I've begun to create some simple wrappers around the main
> ZooKeeper object.
> Specifically, I'm creating a simple Node design, that makes it simpler and
> more convenient for me to do simple management of my ZooKeeper node state.
> Just as a rough idea:
> Node node = myZk.getNode(path);
> if(node.exists()){
>   String data = node.getData();
>   Collection<Node> children = node.getChildren();
>   node.delete();
> }
> I was wondering... am I re-inventing the wheel here (did I miss any existing
> API like this)? Or if not, would the community have any interest if I wanted
> to add this into the main project?
> Many thanks in advance for any insights or guidance...
> All the best,
> Aaron

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