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Oracle® Application Server Web Cache Administrator's Guide
10g Release 2 (10.1.2)
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1-1 OracleAS Web Cache Architecture
1-2 Web Server Acceleration
1-3 Multiple Virtual Host Sites
1-4 Multiple ESI Provider Sites
1-5 Distributed Cache Hierarchy
1-6 ESI Cache Hierarchy
1-7 Load Balancing
1-8 Failover
1-9 Session Binding
2-1 Multiple-Version Object
2-2 Page with a Personalized Attribute
2-3 Session-Encoded URLs
2-4 Template Page
3-1 OracleAS Web Cache Cluster Architecture
4-1 SSL for Secure Connections
5-1 Deploying OracleAS Web Cache In a Common Configuration
5-2 Deploying an OracleAS Web Cache Hierarchy
5-3 Accelerating Portions of a Web Site with an Layer 7 Switch
5-4 Routing HTTPS Requests to SSL Acceleration Hardware
5-5 Routing HTTPS Requests To a Dedicated OracleAS Web Cache Server
5-6 Routing HTTPS Requests To an Application Web Server
5-7 Routing Single Sign-On Server Requests to the Single Sign-On Mid-Tier Around OracleAS Web Cache
6-1 Application Server Control Console: Web Cache Home Page
6-2 Application Server Control Console: Web Cache Performance Page
6-3 Application Server Control Console: Web Cache Administration Page
6-4 Grid Control Console: Web Cache Home Page
6-5 Grid Control Console: Web Cache Performance Page
6-6 OracleAS Web Cache Manager Interface
6-7 Caching, Personalization, and Compression Rules Page
6-8 OracleAS Web Cache Manager Dynamic Configuration Icon
8-1 Default Site Definitions
8-2 Example: Site Settings for a Virtual Host Site
8-3 Example: Site Settings for Multiple Virtual Host Sites
8-4 Example: Site Settings for Multiple ESI Provider Sites
8-5 Deploying OracleAS Web Cache as a Load Balancer
11-1 Deploying Support for Multiple Internal ESI Provider Sites
12-1 Default Caching Rules in Application Server Control Console
12-2 Default Caching Rules in OracleAS Web Cache Manager
12-3 monthly.htm
12-4 monthly.htm When Cached
12-5 Portal Site Page
13-1 Scenario 1: Invalidating Content in a Distributed Cache Hierarchy
13-2 Scenario 2: Invalidating Content in an ESI Cache Hierarchy
13-3 Invalidation