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org.springframework.cache.annotation
Annotation Type CachePut


@Target(value={METHOD,TYPE})
@Retention(value=RUNTIME)
@Inherited
@Documented
public @interface CachePut

Annotation indicating that a method (or all methods on a class) trigger(s) a Cache.put(Object, Object) operation. As opposed to Cacheable annotation, this annotation does not cause the target method to be skipped - rather it always causes the method to be invoked and its result to be placed into the cache.

Since:
3.1
Author:
Costin Leau

Required Element Summary
 java.lang.String[] value
          Name of the caches in which the update takes place.
 
Optional Element Summary
 java.lang.String condition
          Spring Expression Language (SpEL) attribute used for conditioning the cache update.
 java.lang.String key
          Spring Expression Language (SpEL) attribute for computing the key dynamically.
 

Element Detail

value

public abstract java.lang.String[] value
Name of the caches in which the update takes place.

May be used to determine the target cache (or caches), matching the qualifier value (or the bean name(s)) of (a) specific bean definition.

key

public abstract java.lang.String key
Spring Expression Language (SpEL) attribute for computing the key dynamically.

Default is "", meaning all method parameters are considered as a key.

Default:
""

condition

public abstract java.lang.String condition
Spring Expression Language (SpEL) attribute used for conditioning the cache update.

Default is "", meaning the method result is always cached.

Default:
""

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