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Cache with a lifetime


I want to cache an object for 1 hour and I want to use EPiServer's CacheManager, but I read in this blog post,, that I should never use the RuntimeCache (if i'm not absolutely sure that I want to use the local cache). I have't worked with caching so much before so I'm a bit confused if this is the right time to use RuntimeCache or not since CacheManager.Add() doesn't take expiration as a parameter.

Thanks for all help on the subject!

Sep 30, 2010 16:51

I have commented on that blog post. You might want to check it out (and any answer from Mattias) :-)

Sep 30, 2010 17:24

Thank you, Steve! It didn't cross my mind to actually look what CacheManager.Add() was doing. :)

Oct 01, 2010 16:23
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