The basic action store implementations store the object states in a separate
file within the same directory in the object store, determined by the
object's type. However, as the number of file entries within the directory
increases, so does the search time for finding a specific file. The HashStore
implementation hashes object states over many different sub-directories to
attempt to keep the number of files in a given directory low, thus improving
performance as the number of object states grows. Currently the hash number
is set for both user hashed stores and action hashed stores.
- Mark Little (email@example.com)
- $Id: HashedActionStore.java 2342 2006-03-30 13:06:17Z $
- JTS 2.1.