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Oracle Application Server 10g: J2EE Deployment and Administration by Erin Mulder, Jan Machacek, Michael Wessler, Rob Harrop

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Chapter 19. Configuring Web Caching

Oracle10g Application Server provides a valuable caching server in addition to its web listener and application-server software. Web Cache (WC) is a caching listener that sits in front of the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) and provides cached content to incoming client requests. This allows for faster delivery of content to clients and reduced processing for the back-end OHS, application server, and database components.

In this chapter, we'll cover the following:

  • Overview. What WC provides and how to identify the architecture for a system using this component

  • Configuring WC. How to configure WC to receive and pass requests to the appropriate OHS server

  • Logging and monitoring. Identify the tools available to log WC usage ...

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