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WCEM Cache

Hello,

I would like to ask it there is any cache that can be manipulated on the WCEM. I know that the AS Java has a Cache Management Library (CML), but i don't find a API for using it and even if it's possibile to do it from a WCEM application.

I intend to store some data that will be access for all users and only changes once a day, so i was would like to store it on the cache.

Regards,

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    Posted on Jun 21, 2013 at 06:10 AM

    Hi Paulo,

    Each module can define its cache regions in a configuration file cache-config.xml and then access the cache via com.sap.wec.tc.core.common.cache.CacheAccess.

    You might check the salestransactions module. Class TransactionConfigurationBase uses caching quite often, this might serve as a kind of template...

    Does this help?

    Best regards,

    Christoph

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    • Former Member Wolfgang Sattler

      Hi guys

      is the CML used to store the data of the modules like the Sales organization for com.sap.common?

      If yes I can use it for custom additional customizing data to add at the module?

      If not, where those data are kept?

      Thank you in advance.

      Regards

      MG

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