Hibernate Cache Properties
By: Felix in Hibernate Tutorials on 2010-12-29The table below lists the Hibernate Cache Properties and their purpose. For easier understanding, and example is also provided for each property.
classname of a custom CacheProvider.
second-level cache operation to minimize writes, at the cost of more
frequent reads. This setting is most useful for clustered caches
and, in Hibernate3, is enabled by default for clustered cache
the query cache. Individual queries still have to be set cachable.
be used to completely disable the second level cache, which is
enabled by default for classes which specify a <cache> mapping.
classname of a custom QueryCache interface,
defaults to the built-in StandardQueryCache.
prefix to use for second-level cache region names.
Hibernate to store data in the second-level cache in a more
|Setting used to give the name of the defaultorg.hibernate.annotations.CacheConcurrencyStrategy to use when either @Cacheable or @Cache is [email protected](strategy="..") is used to override this default.|
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