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A portlet may ask the portal container to cache its content for a given user. This cache is on a timeout expiration basis, which means that the content is fresh only for a specified length of time, and at the end of that time, the stale content will be refreshed with a call to the portlet to display content. Any request from the end user to the portlet will automatically invalidate the cache for that portlet, and the portlet s response to the user contains the cached content fragment. The deployment descriptor for the portlet contains an XML element called <expiration-cache>, which is a child of the <portlet> element. The optional <expiration-cache> element contains the maximum number of seconds for the portlet s content timeout cache. The cache may be set to never expire with a value of -1. Refreshes to the portlet s content will occur only if the user sends a request to the portlet. If the portlet does not use the cache, the timeout cache value should be set to zero. The portlet may also set its cache timeout value during a request if it has an expiration cache in its deployment descriptor. The portlet would change the portlet.expiration-cache property on the RenderResponse object to a new value. The name of the property is also a static constant String field on the RenderResponse object called EXPIRATION_CACHE. A portal container does not cache information across multiple users, although the portlet may cache information for multiple users itself if performance is an issue. The two major issues with using caches for portlets are changes to back-end content invalidating the cached content, and memory usage. If your portlet relies on a database accessed by multiple users or by other applications, determine what the best trade-off is between reducing load on the server and possibly showing invalid content to the end user. Some portals will not implement caching. If a portlet that supports caching runs on a portal that does not support caching, the portlet will run normally. The caching behavior is invisible to the portlet. This is another good reason not to do anything that modifies the state of the portlet or the underlying data model in the render request handling methods on the portlet. You cannot necessarily control caching or guarantee that the portal will call the portlet s render method only once between action requests.
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