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JDE Cache

tmesser

Member
In the bank?

Sorry, could not resist - too much holiday cheer.

Try looking in the book - Oneworld - A developer's guide

It has a good section on cache manipulation.

Have a good holiday weekend.

Tom
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> Hello List,
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> Does anyone know where JDE keep the cache?
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> Thanks in advance
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gabrielsv

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Cache is stored in RAM memory, there is a lot of concepts I could explain to you about it, but JDE provides a special training called Mantaining C Business Functions, JDE provides a handout (called Mantaining C Business Functions either)in such training, explaining many issues about Cache handling (I don´t really know wether you can get it from the Knowledge Garden or not, but you can try it out going into Knowledge Garden)...let me know if you could get it.

Well, I hope my comments was helpful.

Have a great Thanksgiving day!
 
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