Hibernate / Hibernate Caching
Explain collection cache in Hibernate.
Second Level Cache caches entities. Also, the second level cache also allows users to cache entity relationship information. Hibernate provides a collection cache, where it caches the primary keys of entities that are members of a collection field in another entity type. Say, for example, we have two entity types, Book and Auther, where an Auther participates in a many-to-one relationship with a Book.
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