Release: 1.1.5 | Release Date: January 17, 2017

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Source code for examples.dogpile_caching.relationship_caching


Illustrates how to add cache options on
relationship endpoints, so that lazyloads load from cache.

Load a set of Person and Address objects, specifying that
related PostalCode, City, Country objects should be pulled from long
term cache.

from .environment import Session, root
from .model import Person, cache_address_bits
from sqlalchemy.orm import joinedload
import os

for p in Session.query(Person).options(joinedload(Person.addresses), cache_address_bits):

print("\n\nIf this was the first run of, SQL was likely emitted to "\
        "load postal codes, cities, countries.\n"\
        "If run a second time, assuming the cache is still valid, "\
        "only a single SQL statement will run - all "\
        "related data is pulled from cache.\n"\
        "To clear the cache, delete the file %r.  \n"\
        "This will cause a re-load of cities, postal codes and countries on "\
        "the next run.\n"\
        % os.path.join(root, 'cache.dbm'))