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From david.y.z.w...@us.hsbc.com
Subject Re: entry removal event
Date Fri, 29 Feb 2008 02:04:20 GMT

IMHO, you can implement an IElementEventHandler, which can be trigger at 
certain events including cache timeout, and you can do your deleting files 
actions then.

            rpqCache = JCS.getInstance(RPQ);
            IElementEventHandler timeoutHandler = new 
            IElementAttributes attrs = 

You may refer to JCS's official document. it has a chapter for element 
event handling. Hope it can help~

Thanks & Regards
David (HASE B2G, Ext 7859)

"Zohar" <david_fire4@hotmail.com> 
02/28/2008 09:38 PM
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I'm new to JCS, so please accept the usual grabble... 
I need to use JCS to cache data regarding files I use in my system. I 
don't think it's necessary to keep the files themselves in cache, just 
their path. When a file's cache entry is deleted (e.g., was used too long 
ago), I need to delete the underlying file itself. How do I do that? 

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