[jboss-user] [JBoss Portal] - Re: programmatically disabling caching

jlacy do-not-reply at jboss.com
Thu Oct 19 17:25:57 EDT 2006

Yes, as a matter of fact I got back to this issue a few days ago and hadn?t got around to posting my findings.

Unless I am missing something, it doesn?t appear that this was implemented anywhere (as of the 2.4 final release).  I believe the problem is on line 65 of  
org.jboss.portal.portlet.aspects.portlet.ProducerCacheInterceptor.invoke().  The cache expiration value is being updated on each request using the configured EXPIRATION_CACHE value regardless of whether an EXPIRATION_CACHE property was set on the response.  I added the following test which seems to work based on what little testing I have done so far.

// Update the fragment cache info only if the value has not been overridden during render processing
  | if ( fragmentResult.getProperties().getProperty(RenderResponse.EXPIRATION_CACHE) == null ) {
  |   fragmentResult.setExpirationSecs(cacheInfo.getExpirationSecs());
  | }

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