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Implement Cache in java

 
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Hi guys,

I'm totally new to caching. Can you please help me with following requirement:

1. I need to display static html pages lying on ftp location whenever a user logs into the system.
2. These static html do not change for a month or two.

Thus I want to implement is, keep a cache of html pages on my web-app and check if it is 2 month old then download the latest copy from ftp otherwise display the file kept in cache to the logged in user.

Thanks,
Tarun
 
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There has been a LOT of work on caching in Java - for example the JSR 107 attempt to define a common API.

You might look at whirlycache - a long running project.

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Also see https://coderanch.com/how-to/java/CachingStrategies
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