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Hi

We have integrated JForum with our webapp, but are having some difficulties with the caching. Our webapp is deployed to a cluster of tomcat servers, with caching done at the DB level, not the webapp level.

In order to get Jforum to work with our webapp within the cluster farm, we need to turn off all Jforum caching. We noticed that the ForumRepository cache is not being used (someone else in this forum also found this).

Are there any works being done to disable all caching on Jforum? If not, it would be great if someone can point us in the right direction. We are already starting to look into the code, but guidance will help speed things up. Essentially, we would like the DAO to do all the work, instead of going through the Cacheable classes.

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Keith
[originally posted on jforum.net by keithcsl]
 
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You can change the "cache.engine.implementation" to "net.jforum.cache.JBossCacheEngine", although I guess it needs a refinement.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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