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Sean

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21 April 2008 at 1:27pm

We had the same issue with ecommerce, where the cart wasn't showing the products properly.

Except that it only happened in certain situations. What's the implication of including HTTP::set_cache_age(0) in _config.php?

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Sam

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21 April 2008 at 4:07pm

It will mean that all pages are served as dynamic pages, which means that proxy/cache usage won't be as efficient.

But, frankly, I think we need to be explicitly saying that certain page types are cachable, rather than saying certain page types are dynamic. It's a question of optimising download size vs. having features break.

This is why I think we should change the default.

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