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Query when Using EHCache mechanism

 
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"Objects can be evicted from the cache by calling the Session.evict() method . "


I am having a Query with respect to above statement .

My understanding with respect to above statement is not applicabe if one uses Second Level Cache such as EHCache .
AS session is only associated with First Level Cache

Please share your ideas
 
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Session.evict() evicts stuff from the Session, and the Session is the first level cache. It doesn't evict stuff from the second level cache, hence all the evict methods in the SessionFactory class. See the JavaDocs.
 
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Thank you Paul ,


so i think using SessionFactory.evict is the solution for this .Am i Right ??

The ehcache.xml looks like this
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Please tell how exactly the Mydir (above path) looks like exactly , and what is the life time of it ?
 
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I'm afraid I don't use EHCache. This sort of stuff must be covered in their documentation though. Hacve you read through this?
 
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