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Hi,

Is it normal when i configured ehcache for a entity that when i put the show_sql on true i still see every time those sql's?
In the server logs stands that de cach is configured for the Regio entity.

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No, normally you don't see those SQLs. If you see those SQLs, that means there is no hit to your second-level cache.
 
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