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(New page: =Discussion= For @Cache, the existence option should still be allowed when not using a shared cache. Also its default in JPA is check-database. The default cache size is 100. :~~~~)
 
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:[[User:James.sutherland.oracle.com|James.sutherland.oracle.com]] 14:19, 21 July 2008 (EDT)
 
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Will move existence checking out of the check box-enabled panel
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The default for existence checking says CHECK_CACHE in the ExistenceChecking annotation. In org.eclipse.persistence.queries.DoesExistQuery the existencePolicy is set to CHECK_CACHE in the constructor, so that also looks to be the default if no ExistenceChecking annotation is used.
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Yes, the @Cache annotation has the default size set to 100.  The problem with this is how do you reconcile that with the persistence unit properties eclipselink.cache.size.default being 1000? I had asked about this internally, but never entered a bug, should I?
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:[[User:Karen.moore.oracle.com|Karen.moore.oracle.com]] 21:05, 21 July 2008 (EDT)

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Discussion

For @Cache, the existence option should still be allowed when not using a shared cache. Also its default in JPA is check-database.

The default cache size is 100.

James.sutherland.oracle.com 14:19, 21 July 2008 (EDT)

Will move existence checking out of the check box-enabled panel

The default for existence checking says CHECK_CACHE in the ExistenceChecking annotation. In org.eclipse.persistence.queries.DoesExistQuery the existencePolicy is set to CHECK_CACHE in the constructor, so that also looks to be the default if no ExistenceChecking annotation is used.

Yes, the @Cache annotation has the default size set to 100. The problem with this is how do you reconcile that with the persistence unit properties eclipselink.cache.size.default being 1000? I had asked about this internally, but never entered a bug, should I?

Karen.moore.oracle.com 21:05, 21 July 2008 (EDT)