How does Hibernate store second-level cache entries

Introduction The benefit of using a database access abstraction layer is that caching can be implemented transparently, without leaking into the business logic code. Hibernate Persistence Context acts as a transactional write-behind cache, translating entity state transitions into DML statements. The Persistence Context acts as a logical transaction storage, and each Entity instance can have at-most one managed reference. No matter how many times we try to load the same Entity, the Hibernate Session will always return the same object reference. This behavior is generally depicted as the first-level cache. The Hibernate… Read More