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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
A substantial portion of web traffic consists of queries to database web servers. Unfortunately, a common technique to improve web scalability, proxy caching, is ineffective for database web servers because existing web proxy servers cannot cache queries. To address this problem, we modify a recently proposed enhanced proxy server, called an active proxy, to enable Active Query Caching. Our approach works by having the server send the proxy a query applet, which can process simple queries atdoi:10.1007/3-540-45271-0_6 fatcat:chmcnyglk5a27eofylarkn7geq