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How does Hibernate READ_ONLY CacheConcurrencyStrategy work

Introduction

As I previously explained, enterprise caching requires diligence. Because data is duplicated between the database (system of record) and the caching layer, we need to make sure the two separate data sources don’t drift apart. 1,175 more words

Java

Three ways to clear InfoPath Caching on Users Local Machine

InfoPath caches local content for faster functionality – this can be very annoying when end users do not get to see your updates.

Here are three ways to clear your InfoPath cache; which you use will likely be based on the end users’ level of technology savvy. 84 more words

SharePoint

A beginner's guide to Cache synchronization strategies

Introduction

A system of record is the authoritative data source when information is scattered among various data providers. When we introduce a caching solution, we automatically duplicate our data. 447 more words

Java

Things to consider before jumping to enterprise caching

Introduction

Relational database transactions are ACID and the strong consistency model simplifies application development. Because enabling Hibernate caching is one configurations away, it’s very appealing to turn to caching whenever the data access layer starts showing performance issues. 548 more words

Java

Zero Caching With Apache

Putting this in .htaccess, httpd.conf and in a VirtualHost (usually placed in httpd-vhosts.conf should stop apache caching any page on the client side.

<filesMatch "\.(html|htm|js|css)$"> 34 more words

Linux

How does Hibernate store second-level cache entries

Introduction

The benefit of using a database access abstraction layer is that caching can be implemented transparently, without leaking into the business logic code. Hibernate… 1,375 more words

Java

MVC Series Part 3: Miscellaneous Issues

Introduction

In my first MVC series post, I discussed how to dynamically add items to a container using an MVC controller. Afterwards, I went through the process of… 980 more words

MVC