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Value List Handler Pattern Query

 
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Hi,
I have a question regarding the value list handler pattern. As this pattern suggests partial data (not the entire list) to be cached and only retrieved upon requests in the listings page, what if the table of which I am retrieving from is very much frequently updated with new data (auditing tables for eg).
In this case, how would I ensure that the user is always loaded with the latest data when he clicks on next/previous/other pages?
Thanks in advance.
 
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