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How does CachingHome.invalidateAll() works ??

Vicky Mohan
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Joined: Oct 14, 2004
Posts: 130
Hey All,

I have the following code in my application running under weblogic 8.1

import javax.naming.InitialContext;
import weblogic.ejb.CachingHome;
Context initial = new InitialContext();
Object o = initial.lookup("CustomerEJB_CustomerHome");
CustomerHome customerHome = (CustomerHome)o;
CachingHome customerCaching = (CachingHome)customerHome; customerCaching.invalidateAll();

Can anybody explain if any factory methods in entity bean are getting called when invalidateAll() gets calls ??

If not, how is the implementation done to invalidate the entity beans in cache. I do understand weblogic takes care of it, even across multiple servers, but just curious about the way its done ..

Any help will be appreciated
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