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From Vadim Gritsenko <va...@reverycodes.com>
Subject Re: JNet integration
Date Wed, 26 Mar 2008 16:15:07 GMT
On Mar 26, 2008, at 12:01 PM, Steven Dolg wrote:
> Vadim Gritsenko schrieb:
>> On Mar 26, 2008, at 11:09 AM, Steven Dolg wrote:
>>>
>>> Carsten Ziegeler schrieb:
>>>> The pipeline writer needs to know how uri resolving works. He  
>>>> needs to know what input values are allowed, what relative values  
>>>> mean etc.
>>>>
>>>> But I will turn around the questions :) What caching do you need?  
>>>> The ultra complex caching we currently have which can cache  
>>>> partial pipelines? Or just the result of a pipeline?
>>> I believe this is a very important question.
>>
>> Not really. Partial pipeline caching is implemented completely by  
>> the pipeline using all already existing APIs which were used by  
>> regular caching. From the perspective of pipeline class users, or  
>> from the perspective of classes which pipeline uses, there is no  
>> difference between using 'partial-response-caching' and 'complete- 
>> response-caching' pipelines. The distinction is only in private  
>> implementation details.
> I completely agree.
> But aren't we the ones talking about those "private implementation  
> details"...
> And on the other hand: If partial vs. complete caching makes no  
> difference for the user/caller, why bother maintaining both?

It means no difference in the code, but for the user it has a real  
benefit - user does not have to be an expert in cocoon caching,  
partial response caching will give him better performance without him  
expending an effort into optimizing his sitemap.

Vadim

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