[jboss-user] [JBossCache] - Re: can't evict manually entity bean from treecache

bstansberry@jboss.com do-not-reply at jboss.com
Fri Oct 13 14:14:23 EDT 2006

Opening caveat: trying to manually manage the Hibernate 2nd level cache sounds like asking for problems.

The session.evict() call in Hibernate works on the session cache, not the 2nd level cache; that's why it has no effect.  Check the Hibernate docs to see if there is an equivalent operation user's are meant to perform on the 2nd level cache; if so use that instead of manipulating TreeCache directly.

If you decide you still want to manipulate the tree cache directly, do you want to call evict() or remove()?

The log message you quoted is debug logging from the background eviction process that you're manually overriding; why are you concerned about it?  It's not telling you that your remove() call didn't work.

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