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Book question - are caching strategies or options covered?

 
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i.e. Terracotta or some other 2nd level hibernate caching plug-in/option? Anything like that covered in the book?
 
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Two level caches provided by Hibernate are discussed. As you know, the first level cache that is mandatory and managed by persistence context, can not be disabled. Hibernate allows second level cache through third-party implemented caches, configured in the Hibernate configuration. If you mean any discussion around these, the book covers them.
Spring Persistence with Hibernate
 
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