Sunday, December 16, 2012

SQL Cache Invalidation


In the previous example, the data was cached for 60 seconds, regardless of whether the data has changed in the database. SQL cache invalidation enables you to make the cache entry dependent on the database, so the cache entry will only be cleared when data in the database is changed.


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