Does Membase/Memcached support Sliding Expiration feature at this version?
Willh, thanks for your inquiry. At the moment we do not have a sliding expiration feature, but it's becoming one of the more highly requested features and we are looking at which of the upcoming releases we can make it happen for.
Would you mind describing your use case and need a bit further?
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Here is my use case in C# / .NET :)
We use "in proc" caching via HttpContext.Current.Cache.
The .Insert function has options for Absolute or Sliding expiry.
I'm trying to replace our use of HttpContext.Current.Cache (which is hidden behind our interface ICacheProvider) with Memcached in Couchbase.
It would be awesome if you guys had the concept of "sliding expiry" to help me achieve that! :)
Since this was originally posted, we've added a touch command and the C# client has support for it. I think this can help you achieve what you're looking for. You'd want to use the .NET 1.0 client library and Couchbase Server 1.8.
Thanks for the tip! :) I think that touch would do what I need to do, however we've decided that "sliding" is something that we no longer want to support...
Thanks for your help however :)
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