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Dynamic Module Content Update Delay

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  1. Adam
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    07 Oct 2013
    11 Nov 2013
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    I have used the module builder to create a handful of custom content types and everything is working fine on my development machine.  However, on the staging server I'm finding that it is taking a long time for content changes to show up on the backend interface and the frontend of the site.

    For example, I have created a content type called "Event" and in there I have an event with a title of "Thanksgiving".  In the backend, if I click on the link to edit that entry and change it to "Thanksgiving Day", in the event list view I will still see the title as "Thanksgiving", without my update.  If I click on the event to edit it again then I see the correct title of "Thanksgiving Day".

    Again, this only happens on the server and it works fine on my dev machine, does anyone have any possible answers?

    Thanks!
  2. Arno
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    12 Nov 2013
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    Hi Adam,

    This sounds like you may have enabled output caching, which is recommended on production servers to have a decent performance.
  3. Veneta Bogoeva
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    12 Nov 2013
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    Hello,

    Could you please verify when you update the content type if there are javascript errors? Does this behavior reproducible with all web browsers? Could you tell the browser version which you use? Could you please start tracing on your webservices and send us the logs? You could find related documentation on the following link.

    Regards,
    Veneta Bogoeva
    Telerik
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  4. Adam
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    13 Nov 2013
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    Sorry, it ended up being browser caching.  Due to the setup we have to work with, I was testing in IE9 on the server itself and the browser's caching apparently was pretty aggressive.  After some additional testing I found that clearing the browser's cache and forcing it to always update from the server made everything work fine!

    Thanks for your response though!
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