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From "E.Narayanan" <edatata_naraya...@pspl.co.in>
Subject Re: Help !
Date Thu, 03 Apr 2003 13:32:28 GMT
Hi Christian,

Thanks for the advice. I got the source and built it using maven.I was
playing
 around with it and  had a couple of queries. Is the only way to remove
something
from the cache via the "remove" method ?
 I tried putting this in the cache.ccf :
jcs.default.cacheattributes.cacheattributes.MaxMemoryIdleTimeSeconds=360
so that the objects would time out after this interval and be removed from
the cache but this
didnt happen.Is there some other way to specify this rather than explicitly
removing them ?

I couldnt figure out what "System Cache Region" is used for. As in we either
use the Default
or use a pre-defined one. Where does the System Cache Region fit in ?

I am still trying to figure out the terminology used here like "Lateral
Broadcast" and "centralized remote server "
etc. Could you suggest where I could read up on the fundamentals of caching
used here.

Thanks,
Narayanan

----- Original Message -----
From: "Christian Kreutzfeldt" <kreutzfeldt@subshell.com>
To: "Turbine JCS Users List" <turbine-jcs-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, March 31, 2003 5:28 PM
Subject: Re: Help !


> Hi!
>
> >currently looking to use JCS. Could you please tell me where I can get
hold
> of the required jar files ?
> Download the sources from CVS, install maven and type maven.bat in the
> directory of the jcs
> sources where the maven.xml file is located. Maven should download all
> required jar files into
> its repository
>
> >Also is it ok to use at its present stage ? This is because I noticed the
> "To Do" list had quite a
> >few important features left (XML Config, LFU memcache etc.).
> It depends which features you want to use. I replaced oscache by jcs
during
> the last week and found
> no problems so far. I use the indexed disk cache and the remote cache.
Well,
> the indexed disk cache
> has some problems, but there were some source codes posted on this mailing
> list which solved them.
> I think they were even submitted to the dev-list.
>
> >Finally is there some "startup" guide with samples for beginners ? My
basic
> requirement was to speed
> I for myself find the documentation a little bit too short but it tells
you
> everything you need to know.
> There are some points that are not really easy to understand but if you
> start playing around with the
> tool you will understand the meaning. Some examples would be really cool.
>
> >layer under the web service layer.So I needed to cache resultset data for
a
> specific amount of time at each layer.
> You can cache an type of data that is somewhere inherited from
> java.lang.Object.
>
> Christian
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