Expanded Command Caching in Domino 4.61

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Andrew Wharton

Date archived: December 12, 2016 | First published: January 26, 1998

The Domino HTTP server keeps a volatile, in-memory cache of requested HTML pages called the Command Cache. This article describes how the Command Cache works so your applications can take advantage of its capabilities and performance gains it provides.

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