[ic] Caching and session IDs

Grant emailgrant at gmail.com
Fri Oct 7 22:17:52 UTC 2016

>>>> I'm tempted to enable some kind of server-side page caching but the
>>>> session IDs appended to internal links on the first page of each
>>>> session would be a problem.  Is it safe to disable session IDs on
>>>> internal links these days?
>>> Yeah, I think Cookies + JS is pretty much the norm these days, no matter what those curmudgeons among us would like. :-)
>>> Here’s some info about caching in Interchange to consider:
>>> http://blog.endpoint.com/2013/10/full-page-caching-in-interchange-5.html
>>> Additionally, you’ll need to make sure you are only caching responses that are valid for everyone hitting this resource; you can’t just blindly do GET requests w/200 or 301.
>> Thanks David.  Is this what I want:
>> ScratchDefault mv_no_session_id 1
>> Is that pretty standard in IC catalogs these days?
> That sounds right; we tend to always turn the id off for our sites, should prob see about changing the default in “strap” catalog if it’s not already.

My mistake.  It looks like mv_no_session is what we want here.


- Grant

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