how does the hibernate property hibernate.cache.infinispan.entity.expiration.lifespan look out in case of ear application ear and entity in jar in the ear (persistence.xml is in ear)?
Some sources describe format like name of ear/name of jar and name of persistence unity (prefix) before full name of entity class: hibernate.cache.infinispan.<prefix>.<full-class-name>.<property-name>
hibernate.cache.infinispan.<earname>.<jarname>.<persistence-unityname>.com.ejb.entity.RefStatus.expiration.lifespan (Entity: com.ejb.entity.RefStatus)
How does Prefix <earname>.<jarname>.<persistence-unityname> look out (example)? Can it or some parts of it be avoided?
I have tried different variants of prefix but it didn't work according sql output.
I tried to set hibernate.cache.region_prefix to "" and avoid so prefix, but lifespan of the entity didn't correspond to the configured value according sql output.
Thanks in advance!
p.s. Wildfly 17.01.Final