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By sharrissf
Published: Feb 07 2010 / 11:37

In this month, I am working on a project to add new functionality for an existing Spring-based web application. One thing we are considering now is using cache to improve performance and get ride of HTTP sessions in existing code. After googling Spring and Ehcache, I found an article from Jacob Briscoe. Although it is a good article, it is aged and its sample seems unnecessary complicate for a developer who want to explore and experiment Ehcache quickly. So, I wrote a simple application for my experiment.
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Programmist replied ago:

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I don't see any content; only a description with some broken image links.

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Programmist replied ago:

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It looks OK now, but earlier there was no content, links or comments. Voting my previous comment down doesn't change that.

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In the comments it points you to the code I believe.

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