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Hi everyone,
I have couple of doubts.
I want to use ehcache to cache HTML files, but they are outside of the WAR and included using tomcat docbase.
Is it possible to cache them.

Second doubt is the HTML files are dynamically included in jsp, e.g., depending on the url parameters, the path is created and before including, a check is there whether HTML file exists
This is how its done in my application

if responseCode is 200, then HTML file is included as


How ehcache is helpful in my case?

Thanks.
 
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After a long research I found that ehcache does not support caching of files which are outside the WAR. So I cached the content of the HTML file instead of the file itself. If someone has a better solution, please suggest.
 
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