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How to disable portlet caching in JSR168 portlets?

John Zwick
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I have 2 pages in my portal that points to the same portlet (but with different portlet preferences). I have an issue where the page gets cached and when you click between the 2 pages, it doesnt reload properly with the updated portlet preferences. Is there a way I can disable caching? This is in Websphere Portal 6.1.

Thanks!
Bhagat Singh Rawat
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Joined: Apr 04, 2009
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John Zwick wrote:I have 2 pages in my portal that points to the same portlet (but with different portlet preferences). I have an issue where the page gets cached and when you click between the 2 pages, it doesnt reload properly with the updated portlet preferences. Is there a way I can disable caching? This is in Websphere Portal 6.1.

Thanks!


Use the following line in doView method:

and also can use<expiration-cache>0</expiration-cache> in yours portlet deployment descriptor.


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