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Coherence Upgrade Read-Write-Backing-Map Scheme Automatic Load on Cache Entry Remove or setValue() in the EntryProcessor. (Doc ID 2990219.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 14, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Coherence - Version and later
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An user raised concern that upgrading the coherence version to Coherence 14cFP from Coherence 3.x on the read-write-backmap cache scheme. Using read-write-backmap scheme to update the cache and the DB (cachestore), and then send respective events to the downstream applications based on whether the entry is already present in cache on a remove() or setValue() in the entry processor. Noticed from the user test, that load() seems not called. Let us know if any changes on the read-write-backmap behavior with Coherence 14cFP from Coherence 3.x.


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