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EJB Cache invalidation

 
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Hi,

I'm using websphere 5.1, and I'm trying to invalidate cache for some EJB CMP with lifetime cache "no limit". The interest is to reload EJB CMP if the database has been changed with another application directly, without using EJB.
It seems it's possible to use the api websphere com.ibm.websphere.ejbpersistence.PMCacheInvalidationRequest with JMS, but I found no examples. Someone use this API?
Or maybe someone has got another idea or example?
Thanks to all.
 
Ronan Roulleau
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Please,

nobody has used this API PMCacheInvalidationRequest with JMS? Or is my message not comprehensible?

Thanks
 
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