Flush the Cache Droplet Upon CA Deployments

Hopefully you’re already using the ATG Cache Droplet extensively in your ATG eCommerce application, as I recommended in my ATG Performance Tuning post on Improving JSP Serving Time for an ATG Application.  If you are, you’re probably using a smaller value for the cacheCheckSeconds parameter […]

By | October 12th, 2009|ATG|2 Comments

ATG Cache Header Control Module

Many ATG application server static content, or semi-static content, from within the ATG application’s .war file. It is often much simpler to package CSS, JavaScript, Flash, Images, and other files in your web application than to try to manage them separately and deploy correctly in development and production instances.

It is often desirable to set […]

By | February 2nd, 2008|ATG|1 Comment