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Clear the bloody cache in Open Text WSMS



Clear cache in Open Text Web Solutions Management Server RedDot CMS

Hello dear Web Solutions Management Server from Open Text! Again (I know I did it earlier) you and your bunch of sometimes aggressively non-working horde (let’s call them: PageGUID, Pagebuilder, RedDotTemp, PreExecute, …) have been defeated.

I found a way to delete the cache for a single page and I don’t dare to share this wisdom of mine… Especially because Fred, my RedDot-Jedi-in-Law was asking for this.

I had the solution linked above earlier for this, but it seems like this is not working properly with the newest version 10 of the Open Text Content Managemens Server or was it Web Solutions Management Server? I can’t remember… Anyway. Here you go, take this!!

RQL (RedDot Query Language) Code to delete the cache of a single page.

string strXmlData =  "";
strXmlData += 	"";
strXmlData += 		"";
strXmlData += 			"";
strXmlData += 		"";
strXmlData += 	"";
strXmlData += "";

This is C#. Feel free to copy paste, improve or correct this snippet.

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Markus Giesen Markus Giesen is a Solutions Architect and RedDot CMS Consultant, formerly based in Germany. Travelling around the world to find and offer solutions for a better world (in a very web based meaning). He just found a way to do this as part of a Melbourne based online consultant house. On this blog Markus shares his personal (not his employers) thoughts and opinions on CMS and web development. In his spare time you will find him reading, snowboarding or travelling. Also, you should follow him on Twitter!


3 comments for “Clear the bloody cache in Open Text WSMS”

  1. [...] Dear english friends – please go this way to get this article in English. [...]

    Posted by Seitencache für einzelne Seiten im Open Text Websolutions Management Server löschen (nicht RedDot CMS) | RedDot CMS developer & TYPO3 freelancer blog - Markus Giesen | August 3, 2009, 5:36 am
  2. Jian was so kind to create a Plugin for this…


    Posted by Boris Crismancich | July 23, 2013, 4:23 pm
  3. What exactly does the RQL do?

    I’m currently analyzing a system’s performance and I’m measuring the time it takes until a page is loaded with and without cache.

    So deleting the cache of a single page would be most valuable.

    But it does not work as expected…

    Loading time of the cached page: 2s
    Loading time after deleting the page cache: 5s
    Loading time after using this statement: 2s

    Seems like this does not work at all, but:

    When I use the rql to delete the cache of the cms and of all of its container pages, the loading time is 3 seconds.

    So it does indeed do something. But what, and where is the difference?

    Any idea what the delete page cache does what this RQL does not do?


    Posted by Boris Crismancich | July 23, 2013, 5:25 pm

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