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system.web.cache for webservice - local or wide-scale?

Posted on 2013-01-23
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is system.web.cache considered application-wide scope (days or weeks) or user session wide scope (minutes or hours)?
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If you are referring to:
System.Web.HttpRuntime.Cache   it is global within the app pool.
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