A low hit-to-miss ratio, for example, means that the cache is not that good.Either it is too small, or there are no truly popular entries (caches work best if popularity is clustered), or the entries are expiring too fast.A percentage of advertising revenue from pages under the /java/jwarehouse URI on this website is paid back to open source projects.

* You may obtain a copy of the License at * * * * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. It is not compatible with * EHCache 1.1 anymore; please upgrade to EHCache 1.2.4 or higher.

* * @param cache the raw Cache object, based on the configuration of this Factory Bean * @param model the model containing the name of the cache to retrieve * @return the (potentially decorated) cache object to be registered with the Cache Manager */ protected Ehcache decorate Cache(Cache cache, Eh Cache Caching Model model) and takes effect immediately * for all new requests * * @throws Cache Exception The most likely cause is that a cache has not been * configured in ehcache's configuration file for the filter name * @param filter Config */ public void do Init(Filter Config filter Config) throws Cache Exception /** * Decorate the given Cache, if necessary.

After a little research on ehcache we found that 'ehcache.constructs.blocking.

This example Spring Framework source code file (Eh Cache Factory Bean.java) is included in the Dev "Java Source Code Warehouse" project. Blocking Cache; import ehcache.constructs.blocking. Cache Entry Factory; import ehcache.constructs.blocking. Self Populating Cache; import ehcache.constructs.blocking. Updating Cache Entry Factory; import ehcache.constructs.blocking. Updating Self Populating Cache; import ehcache.store. Memory Store Eviction Policy; import org.apache.commons.logging. If some * or all properties are not set at configuration time, this Factory Bean will use defaults.

The intent of this project is to help you "Learn Java by Example" /* * Copyright 2002-2007 the original author or authors. * * Note: If the named Cache instance is found, the properties will be ignored and the * Cache instance will be retrieved from the Cache Manager.