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5/12/2014 12:50 AM
 

I've building a module for DNN Platform 7.1.2, in which I have two view controls. First is ViewEmployee.ascx is default (no key, type "View"), used to display basic employee info. Second is ViewEmployeeDetails.ascx (key "Details", type "View"), used to display complete employee description in the popup.

Problem is, that if cache enabled for particular module on the page, then accessing second "Details" view control by url like "http://localhost/Test/ctl/Details/mid/123" shows up default view control instead to users with "View" permission and even to editors (if not in edit mode). If cache disabled (or edit mode enabled) second control shows up.

So the question - where is any way to make separate caching for those two view controls? There are no postbacks in them, and it's also OK to not cache second "Details" view control.

 
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5/15/2014 4:39 AM
 

Now I'm testing approach with DataCache, then all default view control output get cached on Render stage, and this looks promising. 

 
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