@forgerock/openam-agent-cache

Abstract cache for the OpenAM Policy Agent for NodeJS

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openam-agent-cache

Abstract cache for the OpenAM Policy Agent for NodeJS

Implement this class to use your own cache with any backed with the node-openam-policy-agent

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Cache

Kind: global abstract class

new Cache()

Abstract Cache class

cache.get(key) ⇒ Promise

Get a single cached item If the entry is not found, reject

Kind: instance method of Cache

Param Type
key string

cache.put(key, value) ⇒ Promise

Store a single cached item (overwrites existing)

Kind: instance method of Cache

Param Type
key string
value *

cache.remove(key) ⇒ Promise

Remove a single cached item

Kind: instance method of Cache

Param Type
key string

cache.quit() ⇒ Promise

Closes the client connection

Kind: instance method of Cache

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