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hi,
I would like to know if the ehcache is so important or it is possible to ignore it, and if it's so imprtant , is it suffisant to put it true in the hibernate.cfg.xml to exploit it
thanks a lot
 
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EHCache is one of a number of second level cache implementation Hibernate can use. Is it important? Well that's up to you: does your application need a second level cache?
 
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