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Add an IDistributedCache to EntityFramework

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Is there a standard way to add an IDistributedCached in front of a database using EntityFramework? Something that handles checking the cache for reads, updating the cache on writes, and uses distributed locks to prevent race conditions with multiple processes or nodes updating the cache simultaneously.

I've done something like this before adding a layer to a Repository Pattern. Though I didn't manage to get it streamlined. It was also likely a bit inefficient. Since the cache is in front of EntityFramework, it will call out to the cache before checking if the entity is tracked and in memory.

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Understanding why this likely isn't done (2 comments)

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