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Managing Cached Regions and Pages

One way to improve an application's performance is to take advantage of page and region caching. Developers can configure page and region caching by setting the Cache attribute on Edit Page or Edit Region pages. This section describes how Workspace administrators can view and purge cached regions and pages.

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Purging Cached Regions

To view and purge cached regions:

  1. Navigate to the Workspace home page.

  2. Click Manage Services on the Administration list.

    The Manage Services page appears.

  3. Under Caching, click Manage Cached Regions.

  4. To locate an application, page, or region, enter a case-insensitive query in the appropriate field at the top of the page and click Go.

  5. To purge cached regions, you can:

    1. Select the regions you want to purge and click Purge Checked.

    2. Click the Purge by Application tab, select the application, and click Purge Cached Regions.

    3. Click the Purge All tab and then click Purge All Cached Regions.

Purging Cached Pages

To view and purge cached pages:

  1. Navigate to the Workspace home page.

  2. Click Manage Services on the Administration list.

    The Manage Services page appears.

  3. Under Caching, click Manage Cached Pages.

    The Manage Cached Pages page appears.

  4. To locate an application, page, or region, enter a case-insensitive query in the appropriate field at the top of the page and click Go.

  5. To purge cached pages, you can:

    1. Select the pages you want to cache and click Purge Checked.

    2. Click the Purge by Application tab, select the application, and click Purge Cached Pages.

    3. Click the Purge Expired tab, select the application, and then click Purge Expired.