Oracle Database Cache was included in 9iAS R1
but does not exist in 9iAS R2.
I don't understand why you'd think that "Oracle Database Cache"
would be useful with any product other than an Oracle DATABASE!
Make up my/your mind to what you are referring!
In your original post you refered to "Oracle Database Cache"
In your last post you refer to "Oracle9iAS Web Cache "
They both exist and are separate & distinct products.
I'm NOT a mind reader and ASS-U-MEd you knew for which
product you wanted answers.
EXCUSE me for answering the question you asked
as opposed to the unstated one you really wanted answered.
"database cache" is NOT EQUAL to "webcache".
FWIW - any WEB cache does not know or care about which web server is operational in its environment. The Web Cache, when properly configured "sits between" the browser/user & the web server;
and does not really care about either the browser or the web server.
I give up.
I don't know what you are talking about,
because you keep changing terms.
I'm not sure you know what you are talking about either.
What problem are you really trying to solve?
How will you know when it has been successfully solved?
2) Oracle Java Object Cache. Based on JSR 107 . Possibly equivalent to Tangasol Coherence. It appears to be tied to Oracle’s Application Server. I could not find any reference of its use with Weblogic.