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Friday, 20 December 2013

Update Timestamps Cache in Action

We saw the query cache in our previous post. We know that UpdateTimestampsCache is only used for query caching. I decided to try and bring it into play in this post.

Tuesday, 10 December 2013

The Query Cache

In the previous posts we saw the Hibernate cache system and the Cache modes. We saw the query cache is disabled by default.

Thursday, 5 December 2013

Listening for Session creation

With Spring security session creation and destruction is managed by the framework. Along with the session management code, we often tend to have some other activities performed. For e.g. I would like a count of the sessions created. As the code is now within Spring how do we add our audit code ? In a simple application the solution would be to add a HttpSessionListener.

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

DelegatingFilterProxy And Spring Security

We saw an example of the GenericFilterBean earlier. While the class included some nifty techniques from Spring, it isn't really a part of the Spring Environment. We saw how to get access to the Spring Environment we had to