Configuring the Cache Client with XML
Microsoft project code named "Velocity" offers the option to configure the cache client programmatically or with an application configuration file. The topics listed here describe how to configure your cache client by using an XML-based application configuration file. For information about how to do this programmatically, see Using Configuration Methods.
Data in the cache is not encrypted and is available to any cache client that has the appropriate configuration settings. We highly recommend that you secure the XML-based application configuration files used to specify the cache client.
In This Section
For more information about these tasks, see the topics listed in the following table.
Describes how to configure a routing client by using an application configuration file.
Describes how to configure a simple client by using an application configuration file.
Describes how to enable local cache for your cache client by using an application configuration file.
Describes how to enable log sinks so that you can capture trace events on the client.
Describes how you can use a "Velocity" cache cluster to store session states for your ASP.NET Web application.
Client Configuration Options
Cache Clients and Local Cache
Application Configuration Settings
Log Sink Settings
Cache Administration with Windows PowerShell
Using Configuration Methods
Cache Concepts (Velocity)
Developing for Cache Server