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From "Lehtonen, Mika" <>
Subject Re: PDF Image Caching Problem
Date Mon, 05 May 2008 09:07:51 GMT

this is what Joerg Heinicke wrote about the similar problem of mine:

My guess is it's actually the PDF that is taken from the cache. I guess 
the cache key for the PDF does not take included resources like your 
images into account. If that's true you just have to invalidate the PDF. 
I don't know how exactly your PDF pipeline looks like but you might want 
to "touch" (in the Linux sense, changing the file's timestamp) an XSLT 
or the input XML.

(See: image caching on 4-5 March at the users-list)


Peter Sparkes kirjoitti:
> Hi,
> I generate html and pdf, which contain images, from the a database. 
> When I update an image the html correctly displays the new image, 
> however the pdf incorrectly contains the old image. If I then change 
> the new image file name the pdf displays the correct image. When I 
> change the image file name back the old image is displayed in the pdf, 
> not the new image.
> It appears that the pdf is using a cached version of the image not the 
> new version. Please, how can I get the pdf to display the new image 
> rather than the old cashed image. I can't change the image file name 
> in the production system.
> I am using Cocoon 2.1.10
> Thank you
> Peter Sparkes
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