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Default Caching & IIS 6.0

Hi Everyone,


Our web application (ASP.Net 2.0) uses caching, is currently hosted on a Windows XP Machine with IIS 5.1.

But when we try to host the same application in Windows 2003 Server and IIS 6.0 environment caching fails.



Could you please suggest a solution to meet this issue ?

Is there any specific IIS 6.0 settings to be taken care to make this work ?



Here is the code, how do we add/update item (a datatable) to cache:



  if (Cache[oAccount._sAccount + "ServiceCaseDt"] == null)

    {

      Cache.Insert(oAccount._sAccount + "ServiceCaseDt", dtCases, null, DateTime.MaxValue, TimeSpan.Zero);

    }

  Else

    {

     Cache[oAccount._sAccount + "ServiceCaseDt"] = dtCases;

    }



dtCases is a datatable.




Waiting for your most valuable suggestions,





Thanks & Regards,
Xave

 


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