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Hi there,

I recently migrated our intranet app from Hibernate 4.1.7 to 4.3.1 and where objects weren't cached at all, now we find ourselves in a scenario where objects are presumably cached, then many times we update things that take quite a bit for the read operations to update.

Due to other reasons, in version 4.1.7 we set the flag CacheMode in the session object to IGNORE, but now that seems to have no effect.

Any ideas? This problem is becoming painful.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Regards,

Carlos.
 
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