Friday, February 26, 2010

Web Services Caching using DynaCache

Recently, we've been working with customers on using DynaCache to cache web services responses on the server side (to improve throughput and load on a server for common requests). Our DynaCache expert published a blog entry documenting the details about how it works and example code for cache-id generation based on the request information while caching responses for SOAP 1.2.

Hope you find the blog entry is useful, and please provide us any feedback.

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