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|0000144||[Resin]||minor||always||05-06-05 00:00||05-11-05 00:00|
|Priority||normal||Resolution||no change required|
|Summary||0000144: <cache-mapping> doesnt appear to work|
Placed these lines in resin.conf under <web-app id='/'>
Placed a proxy sniffer (devproxy) between the browser and the server to look at the response. When requesting things that match the url-pattern, for example "/foo.gif", I do not see an expires tag. I created a test.jsp and manually set the expires tag in the response to confirm I see that (I do).
Also, it is unclear from the documentation if Resin Open Source will respect the cache-mapping directives or if that falls in the category of Resin-pro only features.
|Additional Information||winxp, resin-pro-3.0.12 with 60 day dev license. jdk1.5.0_02|
Updated the documentation.
1. cache-mapping only works when <cache> is enabled. Otherwise it is ignored.
2. cache-mapping only works with cacheable pages with no Expires time, i.e. pages that have an ETag or Last-Modified.
If a page is not marked as cacheable (e.g. in a JSP that doesn't set headers), the cache-mapping does not apply.
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