OpenJPA caching with WebSphere eXtreme Scale, Informix, and DB2, Part 1, Caching POJOs with hellojpa

Using IBM WebSphere eXtreme Scale, Informix, and DB2

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Marty Lurie

Date archived: January 11, 2017 | First published: March 10, 2011

OpenJPA™ is an Apache persistence project. One elegant feature of OpenJPA lets you speed up your lookups and reduce the load on back-end databases with a Java™ Cache. This article will show you how to install, configure, and experiment with IBM® WebSphere® eXtreme Scale product in conjunction with OpenJPA. You can experiment with this without spending any cash, as the cache comes in a free evaluation. With NO code changes and a few lines in a configuration file, OpenJPA performance will improve dramatically.

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