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Refreshing the JForum cache from another application

 
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Hello,

we have developed an application that interacts with JForum by creating forums and topics directly in the JForum database.
The only problem we have is with the cache: how can we force JForum to automatically refresh its forums and topics cache?
A scheduled refresh would also be ok, we could schedule it to run every five or so minutes and it would suffice for our needs...

Thank you very much,
bye
Manuel

PS: I know topics cache can be disabled, and if there is no other solution we can disable it. But anyway the forum cache seems not deactivable.
[originally posted on jforum.net by piribillo]
 
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Take a look at Admin Panel -> Cache. There you'll find some actions to reset the cache. Then, you can send an HTTP request to there which calls a specific reset (or something related)

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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Muchas gracias!

Manuel
[originally posted on jforum.net by piribillo]
 
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