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Improve J2EE Application Performance with Caching

 
Author: developer.com
Category: J2EE
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By Scott Robinson Caching is one of the tried-and-true techniques for improving the efficiency of an application. That's especially true in an enterprise environment, where the range of users can include remote clients accessing the app in a variety of modes, and in integrated apps where several departments are constantly grabbing at the same data. If your enterprise framework is J2EE, caching is something you'll want to make frequent use of; but you'll also want to be thoughtful about...n

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