1. Caching in Grails - what is cached by default and what can be enabled? stackoverflow.com
I'm curious about the support for database/GORM object caching provided by the Grails framework.
2. Hibernate caching, what is the default setting? forum.hibernate.org
Using hibernate 3.3.2 on weblogic 10 with the javax.persistence.EntityManager interface. I'm configuring using persistence.xml. I have a multi threaded application (using MDBs) that contains a counter column in one of my tables. Each thread will "select * from table where id = ? for update", read the count row, increment the count, and then "update table set count = newCountValue where ...
3. Caching behaviour: what gets cached by default when? forum.hibernate.org
I have two client applications. Both applications are running (in separate VMs). The first application carries out a query using session.find(String). The session is closed following the query. The second application updates an object that was a child of the object returned in the above query using session.saveOrUpdate() and a transaction commit: the changes are reflected immediately in the database. The ...
4. Default cache configuration forum.hibernate.org
Thanks Gavin. I understand. Unfortunately, I am in an environment where I need to band aid a poorly performing application in short order, hence the Saturday hours. I am trying different caching scenarios and was hoping that there was a single place to turn it on and off as I do my benchmarking. And this is a good enough segway into ...
5. Does Hibernate cache by default? forum.hibernate.org
Author Message dennyfb Post subject: Does Hibernate cache by default? Posted: Tue Jul 18, 2006 4:31 pm Newbie Joined: Tue Jul 18, 2006 2:50 pm Posts: 3 Hibernate version: Hibernate 3.2 Mapping documents: Code: [code]