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Websphere dyna cache

sridhar lakka
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Hi All,
Thanks in advance.
We have a requirement to store huge amount of data, which we were planning to achieve this by some cache mechanism.We come across ehcache but this is a open source and henceforth we may not get support.
Eventually,We are planning to use websphere dynacache.
Can any one please help me by providing good links and some working examples.

Regards,
Sree
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Sree,
The best place to start looking is an IBM Redbook. A quick search turned up one right away.

I think that dynacache is meant for web based caching. Note that there is also "command caching" for further back in the app.


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Kyle Brown
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What do you mean by "a huge amount of data". For large (multi gigabyte) caches, we do not recommend using Dynacache -- instead, you should look at IBM's WebSphere XD ObjectGrid product.

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Kri
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Hi,
I need to track down the information about the content being accessed in WCM. I need to list the user Id and the contents name that is been accessed. Can you tell me how this is acquired using Dynamic Cache?
Thanks in advance
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Kranthi Poturaju
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Hi All,
I am trying to implement this DynaCache component in my application. I completed coding with sharing policy as "not-shared". And when i incorporated this implementation in one WAR it is working fine. And in the same EAR i have another WAR and tried to plugin this component in the second WAR. Then it is giving me a problem. Some times it is unable to pick the data from cache.
Can any one help me on this.
 
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