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Jcache in a EE project ignores ehcache.xml

 
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I am coming from the Spring World and now i am working in a pure EE project. I need to implement cache for a couple of simple methods.I will show you my implementation that it s FULLY working now:

CacheProducer:(Create the cache Bean when the application startup)


Beans.xml

The Method i want to catch :

The other thing is,if i want to avoid all that code i thought i could put that configuration inside ehcache.xml.So before adding that code i added the following lines inside ehcache.xml (Version 3.5):


But that is completely ignored.I even have this message in the console when Java reach the method i want to permorm cache:

WARNING [org.jsr107.ri.annotations.DefaultCacheResolverFactory] (default task-1) No Cache named 'ar.com.xx.xxxx.bo.impl.xxxxxBOImpl.getFoo()' was found in the CacheManager, a default cache will be created.

Then to summarize,my questions are:

1-Is the first programmatic implementation Ok?Or there is a better one?
2-What am i missing if i want to implement the Ehcache.xml configuration?

Thanks in advance.
 
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