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How To Maintain Consistency Between Cache And Database With Write-Behind CacheStore erase/eraseAll Being Executed Asynchronously and store/storeAll Being Executed Asynchronously (Doc ID 1934453.1)

Last updated on MAY 13, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Coherence - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Consider the following scenario:

  1. Put new entity object with key 1
  2. Remove new entity object with key 1
  3. Put new entity object with key 1

How does a Coherence CacheStore configured with write-behind verify that the delete (remove), which is supposed to be executed synchronously, does not fail because the previous insert (put of new existing object), which is supposed to be executed asynchronously, had not been executed yet?

How does Coherence maintain consistency between cache and database state in such scenario?


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