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By Dxfelcey-Oracle on Jan 17, 2013
Coherence cache listeners are a useful and popular feature that enable applications to react in real-time to events. Though easy to use they can also be misunderstood or abused. Here Alexey Ragozin explains how cache listeners work and provides some useful advice about how to avoid some pitfalls.
Essential reading for anyone thinking of using this feature.
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