Chapter 3. Planning Your Caches
In the previous chapter, you learned how to create and use Coherence caches without ever having to configure them explicitly. However, if you had paid close attention during the Coherence node startup, you might have noticed the log message that appears immediately after the banner that prints out the Coherence version, edition, and mode:
Oracle Coherence Version 3.5.1/461 Grid Edition: Development mode Copyright (c) 2000, 2009, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.
Just like the default deployment descriptor, the default cache configuration file is packaged within
coherence.jar, which is the reason why everything we've done so far has worked.
While this is great for trying things out quickly, it is not ...