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GigaSpaces.Core.Admin.ServiceGrid.Gateway Namespace
Class LibraryGigaSpaces.Core.Admin.ServiceGrid.Gateway

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namespace GigaSpaces.Core.Admin.ServiceGrid.Gateway
Namespace GigaSpaces.Core.Admin.ServiceGrid.Gateway
namespace GigaSpaces.Core.Admin.ServiceGrid.Gateway
package GigaSpaces.Core.Admin.ServiceGrid.Gateway
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A result of a bootstrap. BootstrapFromGatewayAndWait(TimeSpan)

A gateway is a composition of one or more of IGatewayProcessingUnits, and it is in charge of replication between different ISpaces. e.g. Replication between two sites over WAN.

A gateway delegator is used to delegate outgoing replication packets to other gateways. Acts as a communication connector such that a local space and relevant components need only to find the delegator locally in order to communicate with a remote gateway. Delegators can be chained together to create a multi-hop delegation between gateways.

Represents a single delegation target IGatewayDelegator

A Gateway Processing unit is the building block of a IGateway. It has one to one relationship with deployed IProcessingUnit which hosts this gateway component.

Gateways holds all the different IGateways that are currently discovered.

A sink is a IGatewayProcessingUnit component which handles incoming replication from other gateways. The sink is also used to bootstrap a space from another space, and it takes part in both sides of the bootstrap process. It is used for initiating a bootstrap process and replicate incoming data of the bootstrap process to the local ISpace. And it is used to respond to a remote bootstrap request by providing the relevant bootstrap data to the remote sink.

A sink source is the target end point of a remote IGateway which is replicating into this gateway's sink.