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Microsoft Windows Server AppFabric Cookbook by Hammad Rajjoub, Rick G. Garibay

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Using AppFabric local cache

Along with server side in-memory caching, AppFabric also supports in-process client caching scenarios.

AppFabric local cache works as follows:

  • Local caching is configured on the client
  • Client requests for an object to be returned from a cache (for example, a Get call)
  • If the object is available in the local cache then a reference to the object is directly sent to the calling client (without looking up the server cache)
  • If the object is not available in-memory, then it is pulled from the server and it is placed in the local cache as well as returned back to the calling client
  • Any subsequent request to the same object will result in the object being retrieved from the local cache
  • The only exception, where the object will be ...

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