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Thursday, September 25, 2003
       
ShiftOne Java Object Cache
What is this?

JOCache is a Java library that implements strict object caching.

What does it mean that joCache is strict?

It's strict in that each cache enforces two limits in a very strict and predictable way.
# Max Size - each cache has a hard limit on the number of elements it will contain. When this limit is exceeded, the least valuable element is evicted.
# Element Timeout - each cache has a maximum time that it's elements are considered valid. No element will be returned that exceeds this time limit.
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