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I am thinking of implementing Caching for our web application to boost the performance.I have selected to use either EHCache or OSCache. Among the two which one is best? Please share with me some of your experience in using the above two products.
Following are the features of my project:
  • I do not require Distributed Caching
  • Most of the Operations are Read-Only Nature
  • I need to Cache only Serializable Java Objects
  • Should be Open Source
  • Ablity to configure the Caching declaratitively
  • My project doesnt use Hibernate

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