1 My last blog demonstrated the application of Spring 3.1’s @Cacheable annotation that’s used to mark methods whose return values will be stored in a ..
2 However, @Cacheable is only one of a pair of annotations that the Guys at Spring have devised for caching, the other being @CacheEvict.
3 These work in exactly the same way as those supported by @Cacheable, so for more information on them see my previous blog: Spring 3.1 Caching and @C..