I’ve searched around in here all morning, and can’t seem to find anything that addresses this question.
I’m writing some DSP pages as a quick way to support some back-end functionality. I’m using jquery and style sheets. It appears that everything served up out of pub has the no-cache directives set fro the browser, so all of this garbage gets re-requested. I’ve been trying to find a way to control this. It seems unreasonable to me that no-cache would be set on static content.
It seems that all of the DSP apps in IS are getting this no-cache treatment (like WmRoot). I checked MWS, and it is more sane. It does allow the browser to cache things.
So I guess I have two questions:
- Is there a way to configure IS or write something to let static resources served up by IS get cached?
- If not, what do you do? Is this an actual reason to use tomcat in IS? I was hoping to avoid that.