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Sean

21 April 2008 at 1:27pm Forum Moderator, 921 Posts

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

21 April 2008 at 4:07pm Administrator, 685 Posts

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.