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Caching 

Server performance can typically be improved with the use of caching to speed the retrieval of frequently used resources. ATL Server provides support for caching files, DLLs, stencils, data sources, and generic blocks of memory. This caching support can be customized to a high degree, allowing the configuration of automated cache culling mechanisms and memory usage restrictions. These cache implementations are thread safe and track effectiveness statistics by default.

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Caching Overview

Describes the cache implementations that can be used to improve performance.

Adding Cache Support

Provides step-by-step instructions on adding cache support to an ATL Server project.

Related Sections

BlobCache Sample

Demonstrates the use of the CBlobCache class from within an ATL Server application.

Caching Reference

Provides links to classes and interfaces that allow for caching in ATL Server.

ATL Server

Provides links to conceptual information about the functionality of ATL Server.

ATL Server Samples

Provides links to samples demonstrating how ATL Server is used.

ATL Server Reference

Provides links to language reference documentation for the ATL Server Library.

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