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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 25887] - [PATCH] Fix for caching of nested aggregations
Date Wed, 17 Mar 2004 13:32:27 GMT
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[PATCH] Fix for caching of nested aggregations





------- Additional Comments From cziegeler@apache.org  2004-03-17 13:32 -------
Don't know if it really makes sense :) Ok, smart-caching in 2.1.x is the way 
caching worked in 2.0.x. Now the new features is that if a cached response 
can't be found or is invalid, a shorter key is tried. So in this case, perhaps 
a partial cached response could be used as welll. However this decreases the 
processing time as the key is shortend and checked until the key is null (or 
something useful is found). Therefore you can configure it - of course as noone 
really knows about this option, noone uses it...
Yes, I agree the name is a little bit confusing - unfortunately we can'T change 
it anymore :)
Ok, I just tried the provided test case and it seems to work for me. I changed 
the internal pipeline calls to cocoon:/noaggregation and invoked the 
aggregationlevel3. Changing the directory causes all responses to be invalid 
and the response is created from scratch.
What problem do you exactly experience?

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