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SSLSessionCache

public final class SSLSessionCache
extends Object

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.net.SSLSessionCache


File-based cache of established SSL sessions. When re-establishing a connection to the same server, using an SSL session cache can save some time, power, and bandwidth by skipping directly to an encrypted stream. This is a persistent cache which can span executions of the application.

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Summary

Public constructors

SSLSessionCache(File dir)

Create a session cache using the specified directory.

SSLSessionCache(Context context)

Create a session cache at the default location for this app.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object

Public constructors

SSLSessionCache

added in API level 8
SSLSessionCache (File dir)

Create a session cache using the specified directory. Individual session entries will be files within the directory. Multiple instances for the same directory share data internally.

Parameters
dir File: to store session files in (created if necessary)

Throws
IOException if the cache can't be opened

SSLSessionCache

added in API level 8
SSLSessionCache (Context context)

Create a session cache at the default location for this app. Multiple instances share data internally.

Parameters
context Context: for the application

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