[Typo3] Re: Caching

Gabriel Junquera gabriel.junquera at wsberlin.de
Thu Jun 9 09:06:32 CEST 2005

See what a fool I have been.

I had a panel at the left where, in some high template was set to get 
the content from a plugin that disabled cache. In the end, some other 
template was overriding that, but still the cache did not work. I had 
realized of that, but the combinations of this issue and the fact that 
the pages are not cached if you are logged in in the backend made me 
think that was not the problem. I had born the two things into 
consideration, but not together, so they always combined to disable the 
cache. I only realized when I talked to a friend and he viewed the pages 
in his PC. Thanks anyway, sometimes you need to tell things just to 
realize of what they really are.

Have fun


Previous message:

Well, hi there again and thank you for feedback,

Thats what I am implying. Even if the three requisites are not accomplished
all the pages that hang from a page are not cached at all, or better said,
are cached and the expire date that I see is very close to our moment,
so they disappear quickly from the cache_pages table. However, the expire
date of the cache in the page header is set to default, like in the other
branch of the web seit, where caching works properly.
I am beginning to look for methapysical reasons.
I have tried dancing around my PC, but did not work.



>>/ Gabriel had written:
/>>/ some days ago I emailed this list because I had a problem with a whole
/>>/ branch of a website not being indexed by indexed search indexer
/>>/ I think the problem is strictly related with caching. So now the question
>>/ is there a way of disabling caching that should not be by Tscript
>>/ or by turning the checkbox of the header of the page on, or even
/disabling it from
>>/ an extension php script by $GLOBALS["TSFE"]->set_no_cache()?
>/ Peter Niederlag wrote
/>/ afaik these are the three reasons for a page not being cached.
/>/ If none of these are met the page should go into the cache imho.
>/ Jan Bednarik wrote
/>/ Here's my first thought - caching is done by putting stuff into a
/>/ database. If you make the database keep the cache-table empty, nothing
/>/ will be cached. I.E. - you can put a PHP script into index.php that will
/>/ erease everything in the table.
/>/ Well, not a very good solution, but I can't think of anything else right
/>/ now :)


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