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Enabling Command Caching

Caching be enabled for any standard command from within the Active API. By default, caching is enabled on the file.getFileStream command (needed in conjunction with file caching) on the document.information.getInformationByID.

Follow these steps to enable command caching:

  1. Launch the CIS Administration Application.

  2. Click Adapter Configuration.

  3. Click the adapter to configure (e.g., myadapter).

  4. Select the Command Cache Properties tab.

  5. Click the View/Modify actions link.

  6. Click the Create actions link.

  7. Select a command from the drop-down list.

  8. Click Select.

  9. Set these properties (or use the defaults):

    • Cache Enabled: Select true from the drop-down list to enable caching.

    • Cache Type: Select the type of cache: User (per user) or All (globally shared). The cache type should almost always be set to User as setting to All shares the same cache with all users.

    • Cache Timeout: Timeout of items in the cache in milliseconds (Default: 1800000).

    • Cache Subjects: Subjects from the content server on which this cache is dependent (documents, users, subscriptions, etc.).

      The cache subjects associate the Command Cache with subjects in the content server. By default, the subject is documents meaning that when any documents are updated in the content server (i.e., created, deleted, or modified) the cache for this command will be cleared.

      When it is determined the a content server subject has been updated, all cached commands corresponding to the subject will be flushed. Refer to the Oracle Content Server administration documentation for more information.

  10. Click Submit.