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stale cache until restart [message #1820746] Tue, 28 January 2020 10:12 Go to next message
Julian Honnen is currently offline Julian HonnenFriend
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Oomph seems to prefer the locally cached setup file instead of reading an update from the server. Our setup model is accessed via http and the server returns ETags.

An updated setup model is only loaded from server after an eclipse restart (or when manually using "Refresh Remote Cache").

I looked at the logic in ECFURIHandlerImpl.ConnectionHandler.process(), but I don't quite understand it. The etag of the locally cached file is compared to a cached expected etag (EXPECTED_ETAGS).
But that check should always succeed (as long the the cache file is not touched), right? Why is there no conditional request sent?

Is there an option to disable caching?
Re: stale cache until restart [message #1821063 is a reply to message #1820746] Wed, 05 February 2020 04:33 Go to previous message
Ed Merks is currently offline Ed MerksFriend
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Yes, once the ETag has been checked, the locally cached version will always be used until ECFURIHandlerImpl.clearExpectedETags() is called. There is no option to disable this.

In general, hundreds of resources will be loaded when loading the Index. Waiting for server responses on all of them each time would lead to long(er) delays in a many places, e.g., opening an editor.


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