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Cache Timeout and Cache Resolution

ahmad namini
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Joined: Aug 29, 2002
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Hi all:
Probably a stupid questions, but what exactly is the difference in the definition of terms: 'cache timeout' and 'cache resolution'.
In the JBossSX implementation of the JAAS Security Manager, the MBean permits configuration attributes of which the above terms are attributes. I am familar with 'cache timeout', which in my definition is the about of time in which the cache is assumed to be fresh (not stale). The other term, never heard of it.
Any help is, as always, greatly appreciated.


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