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From "Hunsberger, Peter" <Peter.Hunsber...@stjude.org>
Subject RE: forced caching of volatile data
Date Wed, 27 Aug 2003 18:16:11 GMT
Geoff Howard <cocoon@leverageweb.com> writes:

> > Umm why?  You can still invalidate the validity in any 
> manner you see 
> > appropriate, or for that matter, you can still manage the cache of 
> > actual data in any way you see fit...
> 
> I may have been jumping to conclusions, but my assumption 
> based on the 
> overall discussion was that to make forced caching easier 
> that most of 
> the Impl components would have a validity provided.  For instance the 
> discussion on the added complexity of configuring my 
> solution.  I could 
> be misunderstanding here, though?

Hmm, I can see if this wasn't done carefully that it would cause
problems.  However, I'd assume that any event driven component would
override any default validity?
 
> Good point on the sensitive data issue - I assume your work 
> has similar 
> requirements? (from what I remember)

Well sort of; we don't currently care about any memory based cache, but
persistent cache might  be an issue.  We assume a secure server
environment...



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