Using Configuration Methods (Velocity)

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Microsoft project code named "Velocity" offers the option to configure the cache client programmatically or with an application configuration file. The topics listed in the following table describe how to configure your cache client programmatically. For information about how to do this with an XML-based application configuration file, see Configuring the Cache Client with XML (Velocity).

Topic Description

How to: Get Started with a Routing Client (Code) (Velocity)

Describes how to configure a routing client programmatically.

How to: Get Started with a Simple Client (Code) (Velocity)

Describes how to configure a simple client programmatically.

How to: Enable Local Cache (Code) (Velocity)

Describes how to enable local cache for your cache client programmatically.

How to: Set Log Sink Levels (Code) (Velocity)

Describes how to enable log sinks programmatically, so that you can capture trace events on the client side.

See Also


Client Configuration Options (Velocity)
Cache Clients and Local Cache (Velocity)
Application Configuration Settings (Velocity)
Log Sink Settings (Velocity)
Cache Administration with PowerShell (Velocity)

Other Resources

Configuration Settings (Velocity)
Using Configuration Methods (Velocity)
Cache Concepts (Velocity)
Programming Guide (Velocity)