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Hari babu
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Joined: Jun 25, 2001
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Hi all,
We try to cache some data so that the response time for the end user is high. My question is say user 1 access the application and the value for him is 10, the aplication caches this data. Another user access the application and the value for the 2nd user is 20. Now if we cache data for each user (of course upto some limit) aren't we just increasing the cache memory without using it ? should we go for caching in this scenario ? In which scenarios we can go for caching the data (iam looking for answers other than "when we frequently access the data")
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