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cache group is missing while creating new mobile project,,,

Hi..

i am having trial version of SUP 2.0.

when i creating a new mobile project of some name....there is no CACHE group for it. it must show under project.

moreover, there is one way to create cache group is.. file>new>cache group....

if i giving some name for cache group it is not coming under Workspace Navigator.

Does this cache group really matter? if yes, what can be done in this case...

Regards.

Jitendra Kansal

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2011 at 06:13 AM

    Hi jitendra_kansal,

    In order to see the Cache Group under Project within the Workspace Navigator, you need to change the Developer Profile to Advanced. For this,

    From the Mobile Application Diagram, right click and select Switch Developer Profile - > Advanced.

    Now you can see the Cache Group under the Project.

    Thanks and regards,

    Rinzy Deena Mathews.

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2011 at 10:16 AM

    Hi..

    > i am having trial version of SUP 2.0.

    > when i creating a new mobile project of some name....there is no CACHE group for it. it must show under project.

    > moreover, there is one way to create cache group is.. file>new>cache group....

    > if i giving some name for cache group it is not coming under Workspace Navigator.

    > Does this cache group really matter? if yes, what can be done in this case...

    >

    > Regards.

    > Jitendra Kansal

    I have never experienced this problem. Cache groups control how the data is being retrieved from the back end while the Sync Group controls what is synched so yes it is important.

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