COM Interop Wrapper Client for Membase
You need to use
regasm to register the assemblies before you can use them. See the included r.cmd, but essentially this is what you have to do:
gacutil /i Enyim.Caching.dll gacutil /i Membase.dll gacutil /i Membase.Interop.dll regasm /verbose Membase.Interop.dll
If you are upgrading from a previous version you need to unregister the assemblies first:
gacutil /u Enyim.Caching gacutil /u Membase gacutil /u Membase.Interop regasm /unregister Membase.Interop.dll
regasm /codebase works too, and this way we can avoid the whole GAC un/registering hassle, but you need to test it in your environment first, because it does COM registration a bit differently.)
' memcached client factory dim mcf set mcf = CreateObject("Enyim.Caching.Interop.MemcachedClientFactory") ' membase client factory dim mbf set mbf = CreateObject("Membase.Interop.MembaseClientFactory")
The factories only support config file based client creation. The config files are the same as the app/web.config used by the client. See a sample in the Sample folder; documentation is available at the client's wiki.
dim client set client = mcf.Create("C:\asp\configs\memcached.config")
The Membase client factory has a second constructor which can be used to create clients for different buckets, while still using the same configuration file.
' connect to the default bucket set client = mbf.Create("C:\asp\configs\membase.config") ' connect to the userdata bucket set client = mbf.Create("C:\asp\configs\membase.config", "userdata", "userdatapassword")
All factories return an object implementing the IMemcachedClientWrapper interface.
You can enable debug logging by calling the
SetLogPath method of the factories.
' enable logging. make sure the directory exists. mbf.SetLogPath("C:\temp\debug.log") ' disable logging by passing Null or an empty string mbf.SetLogPath("")
Note: logging settings are global, so all clients you created will log (or not) no matter if they were instantiated before or after you specified the path.