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Lucky J Verma
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I am using Spring ,JPA/Hibernate in my application and have implemented a Service Interface and Class and DAO(with generic DAOs) to compute totalLineNumbers.

Any my requirement is to include caching.
Now i have very little knowledge to caching using JPA/Hibernate. And i know JPA has separate API for level 2 Cache.

Any suggestions ,what level and how can i implement caching in this.

This is for a search portal and linenumbers might change only if some re-indexes ,republishes the projects.
If its not changed, it need not to recompute the count again.

Thanks .
 
Madhan Sundararajan Devaki
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Caching is already implemented when you have started using JPA/Hibernate ! JPA/Hibernate behaves exactly as you would like it to behave.
 
Sean Clark
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Hey,

I assume you have looked at the hibernate docs on caching. I have used the ehcache implementation and found it quite easily to integerate into existing code.

Is this the kind of caching you are looking for?

Sean
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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