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Hi,

I'm tonally new to ehcache.

I want to ask about something: When i update entries in the cache, do they get reflected to the database, if yes please can you tell how ?

Thanks,
 
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Regardless of the second level cache implementation you choose, the mechanisms for commiting changes to the database are the same as if you were not using it, i.e. when you commit your transaction your inserts/updates/deletes are made in the database.
 
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