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where to find a good cache for JNDI

raminaa niilian
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Hi
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where i can find a good cache implementation for JNDI lookups ?
should I use EHcache or OScache and implement a cache for JNDI calls myself or there are some already implemented ?


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Mark Spritzler
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Both are good choices, you can also check out JBoss Cache. But I don't really see how a cache is a good idea. I think you are looking for a cache on the client side, which you should not hold onto. On the server side it is really just about clustering the JNDI tree. You still do lookups from the client side.

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raminaa niilian
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Thank you for reply.
I want to use this cache in client side to minimize call to JNDI.
 
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