Caching mechanism in J2ee projects

Posted on 2008-11-19
Last Modified: 2012-05-05
Can somebody help me in identifying approaches to caching the data?
What are the ways available to cache the data in the project using Java, J2EE, Spring, Hibernate, WebLogic AS?
Which one can the best? Why?
Question by:Mandar1105
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    Depends on what you would like to cache. OSCache is a very popular and widely used caching mechanism.
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    For object caching with hibernate, look at:

    This cache will normally operate between the business and the EIS tier (database), impacting the dataaccess.

    For object caching in the webtier, look at Oracle Web Cache

    This used to be free some years ago (and could be configured with other application servers). Please check the licensing info for Oracle's webcache

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