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From Brendan.McKe...@mdsuk.com
Subject RE: Caching problems
Date Mon, 02 Apr 2007 16:02:47 GMT
Hi Niels,

        No, I didn't.  According to the documentation I have (the 2.0 
Developer Guide that came with the iBATIS download), it's enabled by 
default.  I'm presuming that you're talking about the <settings 
cacheModelsEnabled='true'> setting here, though.  I could well have missed 
it somewhere else, though....

        Thanks for looking at this, by the way.


"Niels Beekman" <n.beekman@wis.nl> 
02/04/2007 16:56
Please respond to


RE: Caching problems

Did you enable caching globally in the config file?


-----Original Message-----
From: Brendan.McKenna@mdsuk.com [mailto:Brendan.McKenna@mdsuk.com] 
Sent: maandag 2 april 2007 17:54
To: user-java@ibatis.apache.org
Subject: Caching problems

Hi all,

        I'm having a bit of a problem with caching.  I have (I believe) 
set it up properly in my SqlMap file (see below).  I have a program that

executes the 'getAllFull' query twice, however, and both times I am
the query being executed in the output log messages (see a little

        Any help in getting this caching working would be greatly 

        A couple of additional points.  All of my attempts have been
using iBATIS  I initially tried using Spring DAOs (using
2.0.3), and saw the same thing.  In order to eliminate the possibility 
that the problem originated in the Spring/iBATIS interface, I then 
re-implemented my DAO using iBATIS DAOs (2.2.0-638), however I am still 
seeing the same thing.  I am using the JDBC transaction manager and
10.0.2 for my database.  The table I'm using is the EMP table in
scott/tiger demo data (well, and the DEPT table, to get the department 
name).  FYI, I've tried both with and without explicit transactions, and

have seen no difference.  I'm fairly certain that I'm doing something 
wrong, I just don't know what.....

        Thanks in advance,


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