I insert object in cache and has SQLCache Dependency linked. That means the the object is still in cache, but change on db side doesn't remove the cache entry. [:p] What you say makes me a little nervous, however, since I'm using the Sql Cache Dependency in a similar way.
I am not sure if it is ASP side or SQL side, I feel it is ASP side. Once the db command notification stop working, you have to restart IIS or clear all items in cache since you don't kno which one is changed. If you nail down the problem please post back here and let us know what was up so we know how to avoid potential stability issues!
this toolbar is in fact a search facility consisting of 4 dropdownlists. i would like to make the whole toolbar into a user control and cache it. If one of the DDL's selected item has changed the user control must know not to load from the cache. Or should I just consider caching the 1 databound DDl instead? We've just completed a migration from Exchange 5.5 to Group Wise 7. Right now, everyone is using Web Access but I am rolling out the Group Wise Windows client (with latest FTFs) along with an updated XP SP2 workstation image shortly, to the office people. The other locations, ranging from 25 to 8 per location are connected to the PO server via a T-1 WAN lin... if the select statement retrieves the data from multiple database tables Any help would be more appreciated.
No, I can not find a way to test what is wrong, it never works consistent for me. Every time when I change my record, I have to tell my web server to clear the relative cached items. After I restart IIS, it will work for a while, 5, 10 or more minutes, but after a while, even I set breakpoint in Removed Callback, I don't get anything when I change the record. Hmm, it doesn't look like it can happen in my code.
To String()); // this will return a key from virtual Path if (! Is Null Or Empty(cache Key)) frd = (File Record Data)Http Context. Cache[cache Key]; if (frd == null) It just read the record and add into cache, when cache item removed, call the static method Removed Callback in Link Cache Handler, Link Cache Handler is posted below. I don't know if you are having a similar brain fart, but otherwise I can also suggest you might try checking out the SQL Server MSDN forums here: I've had some pretty good luck getting questions answered there.
usu=25 I have a linkbutton in a grid with this link, so I refresh the Grid and the correct image should be shown.
But when I change the image in other page and I try to refresh the Grid, the previous image is shown, not the new one.
There is vast amount of date here that I want to use later to query using XPath Queries.
What I wanted to do was use a Separte Cache Manager that I was going to custom build.It seems the web page is cached and I do not want that, I would like the current image is always displayed, no...Creating a Cache Manager to Manage the cache Hi experts, I have a small question regarding the Caching of Data in ASP. In my application I have XML data that I require to be cached for a one time only Load into memory at Application Domain startup.What I did was create a class, this class was defined as shared in my application, and I wanted a one time only instatnce of this class (singleton). What I have are two forms one is where I get metadata for a document and next page where the user uploads the file for that document.What this class encapsulates is the some of the method... What I want is a link from upload page back to the metadata page with the fields still filled in (cached maybe ? To cache or not to cache It's a well known fact that it's a good practice to cache results of SQL queries.I have posted this problem quite a few times but never got a decent answer and I have still not found a solution.