This repository demonstrates the use of Hazelcast as the cache provider for JCache in a Spring boot REST application.
One hazelcast cache called
testCache is configured in the
hazelcast.xml file. This cache is set up to expire entries
after one minute.
Hazelcast is added to the Spring project by adding the following two dependencies to the pom file:
<dependency> <groupId>com.hazelcast</groupId> <artifactId>hazelcast</artifactId> </dependency>
To use this demo:
Clone the repository
Run the following commands
> mvn clean package > java -jar taget/hazelcast-springboot-jcache-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar --server.port=8083
You'll see a Tomcat server start up. Once everything is started you should see something like the following:
@@@@> Cache miss! Getting new value 0 seconds since created. Result: test_1486696868113 7 seconds since created. Result: test_1486696868113
Around 60 seconds later you should see:
56 seconds since created. Result: test_1486696868113 @@@@> Cache miss! Getting new value 0 seconds since created. Result: test_1486696931133
NOTE: The number at the end of the result value will vary. That is the current time in milliseconds