Shore Programmer's Manual - 3 November 94
intro \- introduction to the Shore object cache
The Shore Object Cache Manager is a part of the Shore Language-Independent
Library. Every Shore application process has its own cache manager, which
communicates with the
Shore Value-Added Server (SVAS)
on behalf of Shore applications to begin, commit, and abort transactions,
to cache persistent objects for use by application programs, and to resolve
pathnames and logical OIDs (LOIDs). Applications access the functionality
of the Object Cache Manager through the
classes, as well as others.
A complete list of errors that can result from method calls to the Shore
Object Cache is given in
This manual page applies to Version 0.1 of theShore software.
The Shore project is sponsored by the Advanced Research Project Agency, ARPA order number 018 (formerly 8230), monitored by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory under contract DAAB07-91-C-Q518.
Copyright (c) 1994 Computer Sciences Department, University of Wisconsin -- Madison. All Rights Reserved.
For information about the Unix-compatibility classes and other
functions that are available through the object cache, see
For information about the REF(T) classes, see
For information about the run-time support for
objects whose types definitions are generated
by SDL, see