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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37249] - [resources] Objects to be prevented from removal from JCS Cache
Date Wed, 23 Nov 2005 00:47:17 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From saurabh.kumar@siemens.com  2005-11-23 01:47 -------
Yes JCS is Java Caching System.

(In reply to comment #0)
> I am using JCS for caching some of my objects on the data layer side of my 
> application. However,i want to have a functionality/callback from where I 
can 
> prevent my object(s) from being removed fron the cache,even if they have 
> reached their expiry time. This is required in cases where i have taken out 
an 
> object from cahe for some processing but before i can finish my processing
> (which may take time),the object theoretically completes it's TTL (time to 
> live)OR the cache reached it's upper limit on no. of objects.Is there any 
way 
> where I can prevent my objects from being removed from the cache without 
> giving infinite life to them.



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