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Outputcache logged in customers

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Hi,

I just noticed that, when our customers log in on our homepage, the content is never cached. This makes sense for webeditors - but can I somehow also display cached content to logged in customers/users?

Br
Lasse

#183769
Oct 23, 2017 9:14
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Personalized content will be problematic. Access rights and filtered links as well. I would implement caching using object caching if you need it for logged in users. There are plenty of opportunities to shoot yourself in the foot though :)

#186341
Dec 18, 2017 10:49
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If you want to force caching on some page types, like articles or similar, where you know you won't have personalized content, you can use this attribute:

public class ForceContentOutputCacheAttribute : ContentOutputCacheAttribute
{
    public ForceContentOutputCacheAttribute()
    {
        this.UseOutputCacheValidator = (principal, context, duration) =>
        {
            if (duration != TimeSpan.Zero)
                return context.Request.HttpMethod.Equals("GET", StringComparison.OrdinalIgnoreCase);
            return false;
        };
    }
}

And on your controller:

[ForceContentOutputCache(Duration = 3600)]
public class ArticleController : PageController<ArticlePage>
{
}
#186458
Edited, Dec 19, 2017 21:17
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Hi,

Thank you very much for the inputs. 

Br

Lasse

#187439
Jan 23, 2018 9:53
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