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6/10/2014 6:03 PM
 

Hi,

I wrote code for a DNN scheduler task which runs every hour. After each run it needs to clear the cache because on each run it changes the data in the database, but the same data is cached in the HttpContext and needs updating. I understand that the HttpContext doesn't exist in the during the execution of scheduler task. How can I clear the cache. Any ideas?

Thanks,

Ana

 
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6/11/2014 12:28 PM
 
Can any one please help?

Thanks,
Ana
 
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6/12/2014 3:54 AM
 
if you can't access HTTP context, you are unable to invalidate the cache. you might need to work around by using another signaling method (e.g. using a file) and code running in context, that checks it and invalidates the cache.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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