Timeout, Filters and Lease Manager

The General tab contains settings related to client and server timeout, and the Lease Manager.

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If your client application loses its connection to the server, you can follow a simple procedure to check whether the server erased any of your notify templates in the interim:

  1. For each notify template, write an Entry to the space that matches the template.
  2. Verify that you receive a notification.

If there is no notification, this means two things. First, while you were disconnected, new Entries matching the notify template entered the space. (You can try to find them; depending on their lease time, they may still exist.) Second, as a result, your notify template was erased.

The SpaceClosed Where GigaSpaces data is stored. It is the logical cache that holds data objects in memory and might also hold them in layered in tiering. Data is hosted from multiple SoRs, consolidated as a unified data model. Filters option specifies whether filters should be enabled or disabled for this Space. Filters are hooks inside the GigaSpaces engine that enable integration with external systems and/or implementation of user-defined logic inside the Space. The DefaultSecurityFilter is part of every Space by default, and it controls user permissions for the Space. Click Edit to launch the Filter Management dialog, which allows you to add custom filters and to manage the behavior of the default and custom filters.