.NET Framework

System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache (ObjectCache)

Adding Item to Cache (Set)

Set function inserts a cache entry into the cache by using a CacheItem instance to supply the key and value for the cache entry.

This function Overrides ObjectCache.Set(CacheItem, CacheItemPolicy)

private static bool SetToCache()
{
 string key = "Cache_Key";
 string value = "Cache_Value";
 //Get a reference to the default MemoryCache instance.
 var cacheContainer = MemoryCache.Default;
 var policy = new CacheItemPolicy()
 {
 AbsoluteExpiration = DateTimeOffset.Now.AddMinutes(DEFAULT_CACHE_EXPIRATION_MINUTES)
 };
 var itemToCache = new CacheItem(key, value); //Value is of type object.
 cacheContainer.Set(itemToCache, policy);
}

System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache(ObjectCache)

This function gets existing item form cache, and if the item don’t exist in cache, it will fetch item based on the valueFetchFactory function.

 public static TValue GetExistingOrAdd<TValue>(string key, double minutesForExpiration, Func<TValue> valueFetchFactory)
 {
 try
 {
 //The Lazy class provides Lazy initialization which will evaluate
 //the valueFetchFactory only if item is not in the cache.
 var newValue = new Lazy<TValue>(valueFetchFactory);
 //Setup the cache policy if item will be saved back to cache.
 CacheItemPolicy policy = new CacheItemPolicy()
 {
 AbsoluteExpiration = DateTimeOffset.Now.AddMinutes(minutesForExpiration)
 };
 //returns existing item form cache or add the new value if it does not exist.
 var cachedItem = _cacheContainer.AddOrGetExisting(key, newValue, policy) as
Lazy<TValue>;
 return (cachedItem ?? newValue).Value;
 }
 catch (Exception excep)
 {
 return default(TValue);
 }
 }

Source
.NET Framework Notes for Professionals book
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