What control does eValid have over the cache and cookies

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What control does eValid have over the cache and cookies

Postby LAntonio » Mon Aug 28, 2017 10:26 am

Hi.

How much control does eValid have over the cache and within the cache, the set of "cookies"?

Thanks
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Re: What control does eValid have over the cache and cookies

Postby eValid » Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:18 am

LAntonio wrote:Hi.

How much control does eValid have over the cache and within the cache, the set of "cookies"?

Thanks


Thanks for asking LAntonio.

There are two commands of use here:

DeleteCache clears the cache (NOT including the cookies).

DeleteCookies deletes the cookies in the cache (but leaves everything else untouched).

To clear the cache of both cookie and non-cookie data you have to issue both commands.

We find, however, that most functional tests of web applications run OK with the cookies left in place.

If they are removed then the page will simply recreate them "on the fly" -- with a slight performance penalty.


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