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From Hernan Silberman <hsilb...@pdi.com>
Subject RE: commons cache
Date Fri, 16 Jul 2004 16:32:35 GMT

On Fri, 16 Jul 2004, Aaron Smuts wrote:
> Yes, I think the couple problems that Hibernate folks
> found in JCS have been resolved.  There have been tons
> of enhancements to JCS in the last year.


>From the Hibernate reference documentation:

http://www.hibernate.org/hib_docs/reference/en/html_single/#performance-cache

"By default, Hibernate uses EHCache for JVM-level caching. (JCS support is now 
deprecated and will be removed in a future version of Hibernate.) You may choose 
a different implementation by specifying the name of a class that implements 
net.sf.hibernate.cache.CacheProvider using the property 
hibernate.cache.provider_class."

It's a bummer their docs don't mention the recent work on JCS, though I'm not 
sure of the right channel to send that message and as a new Hibernate user I 
lack the proper context.  BTW, they employ a simple provider pattern so their 
users can use various cache implementations (including SwarmCache, JBoss Tree 
Cache, EHCache), might be worth looking at for inspiration.

Hernan


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