RE: [Zope] how to invalidate an object in the cache?

2000-07-02 Thread Marc Boschma
Sounds like you need to manipulate the expiry time for the objects. I'd suggest that that can either be done in the RESPONSE or via meta tags in the standard_html_header to mark the page and the image as non-cacheable. I'm actually interested in a Guru's response on this as I will need to set

Re: [Zope] how to invalidate an object in the cache?

2000-07-02 Thread Marco Mariani
On Sun, Jul 02, 2000 at 03:56:39PM +1000, Marc Boschma wrote: Sounds like you need to manipulate the expiry time for the objects. I'd suggest that that can either be done in the RESPONSE or via meta tags in the standard_html_header to mark the page and the image as non-cacheable. I'm

Re: [Zope] how to invalidate an object in the cache?

2000-07-02 Thread Itamar Shtull-Trauring
Marc Boschma wrote: Sounds like you need to manipulate the expiry time for the objects. I'd suggest that that can either be done in the RESPONSE or via meta tags in the standard_html_header to mark the page and the image as non-cacheable. Read the Cacheability Howto -

[Zope] how to invalidate an object in the cache?

2000-07-01 Thread Marco Mariani
I am working with photo rotating/resizing, via PIL on external method. All the images are kept on LocalFS. There is a thumbnail bonanza page, when I select a thumbnail a form is shown, and I can adjust rotation/contrast/brightness. Upon submit, the new image+thumbnail is calculated and written