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From WhyDontYouSlide <whydontyousl...@gmail.com>
Subject force flushOnExecute without real query
Date Tue, 28 Apr 2009 10:32:45 GMT


I was asking myself if It's possible to force flushing of the cache without
execute a "real" statement

for example:

the traditinal way is to execute a query defined in "somequeryname"

<flushOnExecute statement="somequeryname"/> 

but.. can I simply do nothing instead of calling a statement here? 

<flushOnExecute statement="somequeryname"/> 

<select id="somequeryname" 

    doing nothing here...


doing this way I could for example be able to call the flush "on demand"
from a DTO outside


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