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Alfresco 3.4b Share templates and caching?

Question asked by gregbpopstar on Nov 9, 2010
Latest reply on Nov 26, 2010 by aascensao
When I make changes to Share page templates in Alfresco 3.4, I have a problem seeing my changes even after taking steps to disable caching.

I've read in Kev's Blog that you are supposed to put this:

      <config replace="true">
            <!– Developer debugging setting - DEBUG mode for client scripts in the browser –>

            <!– LOGGING can be toggled at runtime when in DEBUG mode (Ctrl, Ctrl, Shift, Shift).
                 This flag automatically activates logging on page load. –>

       <config evaluator="string-compare" condition="WebFramework">
               <!– Autowire Runtime Settings –>
                   <!– Pick the mode: development, preview, production –>
in share-config-custom.xml, but it seems that I still have caching issues even after doing this.

This information was for Alfresco 3.3.  Is this no longer valid for Alfresco 3.4? 

If, as a quick test, I make any change to a template page like removing a region (like the toolbar on the document library) then do a script refresh, I am not seeing that change even after I restart the Share webapp.

Someone please toss me a few suggestions.