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Java EE 8 High Performance by Romain Manni-Bucau

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Cache configuration

All these annotations share the same type of configuration where you can define if the corresponding action is done before/after the method execution, how the cache behaves in case of an exception (is the cache operation skipped?), what the cache name is and how to resolve the cache and key to use.

While the first set of parameters is simple to understand, let's focus on the cache resolution, which is a bit peculiar with CDI, as you don't bootstrap the cache yourself but simply reference it.

In the programmatic approach, we saw that the cache configuration is done through a CompleteConfiguration instance. How do you provide it in a CDI context?

All these annotations take two important parameters:

  • cacheName: This represents ...

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