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  Object Caching in a Web Portal Application Using JCS
Subject:   Jakarta Turbine JCS
Date:   2003-12-29 19:37:00
From:   srinip
Response to: Jakarta Turbine JCS

JCS can be used as a standalone API without using Turbine framework. JCS is actually part of Torque subproject which used to be under Turbine framework. It's now decoupled and a subproject of db.apache.org. JCS jar file is not available as a separate file to download. To get the JAR, you need to download Torque release. Check out http://db.apache.org/torque/status.html for release status and http://db.apache.org/builds/torque/release/3.1/ for downloading latest release.
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  • Jakarta Turbine JCS
    2004-01-05 06:10:31  anonymous2 [View]

    What is the status of the Turbine JCS project? It's now part of Torque, but all docs still point to the jakarta.apache.org page (which is completely outdated apparently) and not to the db.apache.org page.

    Also, the JCS jar is indeed included in the Torque download, as you mention. However, I can't find the source code anywhere on the Apache site.

    Is all this confusion temporary or is JCS being fased out as a project?

    Erwin
    • Jakarta Turbine JCS
      2004-01-07 17:15:18  anonymous2 [View]

      JCS is not being phased out. There is some debate about where it should be. Right now it is a subproject of Turbine. It is completely standalone, not dependent on Turbine or Torque. The best thing to do is to check out the JCS project and build it.

      Aaron Smuts
      • Jakarta Turbine JCS
        2004-05-20 15:04:32  zjchen98 [View]

        I I can't find the link to download Java Caching System (JCS) at Jakata site. I downloaded Turbine, but can't find JCS classes such as: org.apache.stratum.jcs.JCS;

        1. Is JCS moved to other project?
        2. What is its status?
        3. Any experience to share?

        Trhanks.
      • Jakarta Turbine JCS
        2006-02-17 17:32:11  asmuts [View]

        There is a new getting started guide for JCS:

        http://jakarta.apache.org/jcs/getting_started/intro.html
  • Torque, JCS
    2004-01-05 11:50:36  anonymous2 [View]

    I downloaded torque-3.1.zip from db.apache.org

    Inside the zip file, I found jcs-20030822.182132.jar

    Why is JCS embedded inside of Torque?

    Is JCS dependent upon Torque?