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Oracle AS Java Object Cache

Oracle AS Java Object Cache

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Java Object Cache (JOC) is an implementation of JSR 107 available in Oracle AS 10g. Its primary goal is to provide a service that will significantly improve server performance by managing local copies of objects that are expensive to retrieve or create.

This presentation was given by me as part of the SIOUG (Slovenian Oracle User Group) conference in Portoroz, Slovenia in 2008. It describes the main features of JOC, as well as illustrates a typical use case scenario in a sample application.
Java Object Cache (JOC) is an implementation of JSR 107 available in Oracle AS 10g. Its primary goal is to provide a service that will significantly improve server performance by managing local copies of objects that are expensive to retrieve or create.

This presentation was given by me as part of the SIOUG (Slovenian Oracle User Group) conference in Portoroz, Slovenia in 2008. It describes the main features of JOC, as well as illustrates a typical use case scenario in a sample application.

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Published by: Darko Spasovski on Oct 30, 2008
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OracleAS Java Object Cache
Darko Spasovski
SIOUG 2008, Portorož
 
What is it?
Java Object Cache is a OC4J service that manages localcopies of objects that are expensive to retrieve or createKnown as
Oracle Object Caching Service for Java (OCS4J)
in Oracle AS 9iIt is the basis for Java Specification Request 107Available as part of Oracle AS 10g and as a stand-alone JAR
Portorož, 23.9.20082
 
Cache Organization
Cache Environment.
Includes cache regions, subregions,groups, and attributes.Cache regions, subregions, and groups associate objectsand collections of objects with similar characteristicsAttributes are associated with cache regions, subregions,groups, and individual objects. They affect how JavaObject Cache manages objects.
Cache Object Types.
The cache object types includememory objects, disk objects, pooled objects, andStreamAccess objects.
Portorož, 23.9.20083

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