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The difference between cache object and application object.
September 17, 2012
Application Object: Application variable/object stores an Object with a scope of availability of the entire Application unless explicitly destroyed.
Caching Object: The lifetime of cache is throughout the lifetime of an application or is based upon timeouts
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