Zookeeper, mail # user - Re: How to set a watch for a deletion of a node? - 2014-06-09, 17:44
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Re: How to set a watch for a deletion of a node?
Have a look at Curator. It has a recipe to do this exact thing: PathChildrenCache

https://curator.apache.org/curator-recipes/path-cache.html

-Jordan
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Date: June 9, 2014 at 12:42:49 PM
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Subject:  Re: How to set a watch for a deletion of a node?  

The thing is I don't want to set a watch on that particular child node. I am  
using the parent node as a container table and I would like to be notified  
through a Watch mechanism any of my child is being deleted and which child  
is that (via a node path).  

That way I don't have to set a watch for each child node when it is getting  
created and I can track it on the parent node level only.  

Isn't there a way to get around this please?  

Thanks for the hints,  

Yang  
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