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We use a lot of data caching for our asp.net 3.5 web pages and I can't find anyway to determine what is currently cached globally.  Is there anyway to determine what is currently cached at any one time without using keys?  We would like to create some monitor page that just displays what data objects are currently cached and maybe any other details that would be available.

Is this possible natively?  If not, is there any library or collection that data can be added to manually upon inserting a cache object that can then be accessed later?


Thanks in advance.
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Check the link
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc938589.aspx

if this can help you
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No, that link is for Windows 2000 file system I/O cache.  Very much different than what I'm looking for which is the .net web application cache for an asp.net 3.5 site.  

I would like to programatically build some monitor screen that displays current cache objects and maybe some counter statistics if they are available.

Thanks.
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Ted Bouskill earned 500 total points
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I've always built my own page.

I've seen this link but never tried it:
http://aspalliance.com/cachemanager/Screenshots.aspx
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thanks
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