Read-Only Queries Load Transactional Data Into The Shared Cache Even After Applying Patch 14189743
(Doc ID 1514615.1)
Last updated on MARCH 19, 2019
Applies to:Oracle TopLink - Version 126.96.36.199.0 and later
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Read-Only queries executed within a transaction with changes could load those changes into the shared cache.
Testing the standalone application works fine. However, when deploying the application to WebLogic, it fails. The flushed but uncommitted object is still put in the cache,
and the read_only query will read uncommitted objects which is in contrary to the behavior in standalone test.
The issue occurs even after applying <patch 14189743> as per:
<Document 1513181.1> READ_ONLY query hint causes uncommitted data to be loaded into shared cache.
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