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If you are using spring and JPA, it is very likely that you utilize ehcache (or another cache provider). And you do that in two separate scenarios: JPA 2nd level cache and spring method caching. But there’s a caveat. If you follow the most straightforward way, you get two separate cache managers which load the same cache configuration file. This is not bad per-se, but it is something to think about – do you really need two cache manager and the problems that may arise from this?

Posted by glamdring  |   Jan 03 2013 / 18:30

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