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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: Forrest webapp caching mechanism
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2005 14:05:46 GMT
Ferdinand Soethe wrote:
>>>One other thing which confuses me, as I understood it running Forrest as a
>>>webapp allows you to update the site in real time. However I have an FAQ
>>>page and changes are only displayed if I re-start the forrest site running
>>>as a webapp, is this a bug?
> I also noticed that some changes to pages (and pipelines) seem to
> require a restart, but I couldn't discern a pattern behind it.
> Is it correct to assume that Forrest's webapp uses Cocoons caching
> scheme which (in theory) is supposed to cache each pipeline up to the
> first dynamic component and will assemble the response to all
> further requests starting from the point where a component of the
> pipeline was last modified.
> So what about changes to the sitemap? It would seem that the above
> approach could even cache requests through successive changes in
> (other) parts of a sitemap, since verification of a cached pipeline
> is based on checksums calculated for each step.

It's all to do with the "check-reload" parameter in the sitemap element 
or the sitemap parameter:


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