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From Eduardo Estefano <eduardo.estef...@siemens.com>
Subject Re: Monitoring JCS
Date Wed, 15 Sep 2004 08:11:29 GMT
There is an admin servlet that will give you some statistics on each 
cache. I'm not sure if it has the option to tell you what objects are 
inside the cache though.

Rajkumar Singh wrote:

>Hi
>
>How can we monitor the objects that are added, removed or updated in the JCS
>using the JCS API?
>
>If JCS does not have such support then is there anyway to monitor the cache
>using some other utility? I have used the dumpMap() and dumpCacheEntries()
>of LRUMemoryCache in my update() method of a Java class that extends
>LRUMemoryCache . The desription for these method says that "Dump the cache
>entries from first to list for debugging". But I didn't get any output in my
>log file.
>
>I am using log4j-1.2.7.jar file. My application server is Sybase EA Server.
>
>Thanks
>Raj
>
>
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