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What is websphere dynamic caching

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Hi,
Can someone please detail me how dynamic caching works under websphere 6.x, 7.x?
Is it same like Apache Cache?
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This page from the IBM Websphere Developer Technical Journal gives a nice clear overview:

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/techjournal/0405_hines/0405_hines.html#sec4

Hope this answers your question.
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Hi,
Is it possible to share a practical example with some details where Caching can make a difference. I am trying to see if something like this can enhance our application server (websphere) performance.

Thanks.
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I can refer you to two articles, which I found useful when looking at this a while ago.  The more interesting of the two (in my opinion) is "WebSphere Dynamic Cache: Improving J2EE application performance", available here in PDF format:  http://delivery.acm.org/10.1145/1670000/1660975/p351-bakalova.pdf?key1=1660975&key2=3701871621&coll=GUIDE&dl=&CFID=15151515&CFTOKEN=6184618

A second article, which is also OK is here: http://websphere.sys-con.com/node/43309.  It's a bit lighter in terms of technical content, but does provide some use examples in overview form.
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