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User Factory Cache - Disable


I would like to disable the User Factory Cache as this is causing problems where users attributes are cached and these parameters need to be dynamic as these can change from minute to minute.

If anyone can point to me the location where this setting can be found. I am aware this is going to cause a protential performance issue.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 12:59 PM


    you can configure the UME Cache using the Config Tool and there in Global Service Configuration ->

    In the properties list you will find the property:


    with the value:


    According to the documentation the value should be seconds. As it says that the user account information will be refreshed every hour by default.

    I guess when you change the value to a value suitable for you and restart the cluster you can achieve your requirement.

    You will find also some other properties here which can be used to adjust the other factories and values of the cache. These are more or less self explanatory.

    However, I have not tested this yet. I only found these parameters lately because of an other issue with the UME cache.

    Hope it helps and best regards,

    Stefan Brauneis

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