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From Vadim Gritsenko <>
Subject Re: Cocoon 2.0 and Content Aggregator Cacheability Troubles
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2002 13:05:45 GMT
David LAGARDERE wrote:

>I'm using an aggregator within my sitemap which is
>aggregating pipelines. So, "cocoon:/" protocol is
>All my parts taken one by one, are cacheable
>generators that produce XML events once when I request
>them and they are then stored in the cache (my
>CacheValidity always return true). Unfortunatly, once
>everything is merged into the aggregator, the content
>is regenerated, I mean, the cached file is created
>each time, even if the PCK key remains the same and
>parts files are still unchanged. This is a big problem
>for me !
>Does anybody have an idea ?

Are all of your transformers are cacheable in the aggregated pipeline? 
Try replacing aggregation with file (which contains aggregator's output) 
and test with it.


>Thanks in advance.

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