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    This interface is used to provide the cache instance configuration to a cache provider.
    Eviction algorithm type EvictorAlgorithmType.LRUEvictor is defined as an evictor type that uses a least recently used algorithm to decide which entries to evict when the cache entries map exceeds a maximum number of entries.
    A CacheEntry is a struct object that holds the cache id and value, as well as metadata for caching.
    This abstract class is used to indicate the features that are supported by a cache provider.
    Dynacache is the default cache provider for the WebSphere Application Server.
    This interface is used by the WebSphere Admin Console to look up all the cache providers and expose them on the Dynamic Cache Service panel, Cache Provider drop down menu.
    This interface is used to monitor the cache.
    This is the mechanism to provide cache statistics to the CacheMonitor.
    The CacheId defines a rule for caching an object and is composed of the sub-elements component, timeout, inactivity, priority, property, idgenerator, and metadatagenerator.
    Component is a subelement to generate a portion of the cache ID.
    The DependencyId object specifies additional cache identifiers that associate multiple cache entries to the same group identifier.
    To invalidate cached objects, the application server must generate unique invalidation IDs.
    This class is the underlying cache interface for a cache provider, and contains the methods used to get, put, inspect and manage the current state of the cache.
    Runtime objects implement this when they are an event source Java objects can be registered with an EventSource.