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 what are the alternatives for application object?

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Thanks Mike......

Could you Explain it more?

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Cache object is same as Application object, created once and can be accessed till your application is not restarted, however the difference here is that you can set the expiry date of cache object which is not possible with application. Just check out for the Cache.Insert method, you will come to know more about it.

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