Caching Realm: General
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Use this page to configure the Caching realm. The Caching realm works with the File realm, alternate security realms, or custom security realms to fulfill client requests with the proper authentication and authorization. The Caching realm manages separate caches for users, groups, permissions, access control lists (ACLs), and authentication requests. To use the Caching realm, you need to use Compatibility security. The use of the Caching realm is deprecated in this release of WebLogic Server.
Name Description Name
The name of this Caching realm.
The name of the alternate security realm or Custom security realm to be used with this Caching realm.
The names of the configured realms appear in the Basic Realms attribute of the Caching Realm table. This attribute is required.
Case Sensitive Cache
Specifies whether this Caching realm is case-sensitive. By default, this attribute is enabled.
To use a realm that is not case-sensitive (such as the Windows NT and LDAP security realms), disable this attribute.
- Configure Caching realms
- Enable the ACL cache
- Enable the Authentication cache
- Enable the User cache
- Enable the Permission cache