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From Brian Maddy <>
Subject Re: is it possible to cache sql queries?
Date Tue, 14 Mar 2006 17:26:37 GMT
Yeah, good call.  I was actually thinking of something that could 
override the caching on an entire pipeline.  Then it could be used for 
other things like grabbing rss feeds or something.  For example:

<map:pipeline type="forcedcaching">
  <map:parameter name="expires" value="access plus 1 hours"/>

But unfortunately, this is a little beyond my abilities at the moment.  
I'm still trying to figure out simple things with cocoon (and have been 
doing so for a number of months now).  So I won't be looking into 
anything like this for quite a while.

Thanks for the thoughts though everyone!

Torsten Curdt wrote:

> You could extend the transformer and hook in your caching strategy.
> Have a look at other transformers that are cacheable how to do this.
>> AFAIK, the SQL tranformer is not cacheable.
>> Best Regards,
>> Antonio Gallardo.
>> Brian Maddy wrote:
>>> Does anyone know if it is possible to cache sql queries?  I'm  using 
>>> the sql transformer a lot and many of the queries don't need  to be 
>>> done more than once every few hours.  But they're being done  all 
>>> the time.  Is it possible to cache the results somehow with  
>>> cocoon's caching system?
> cheers
> -- 
> Torsten

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