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forcing cached queries to renew.

Posted on 2006-11-18
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I have this cfif in my app.cfm file:

<cfif not isDefined("application.init") or isDefined("url.reinit")>

<cfset application.cfc1 = createObject("component","console.cfc.cfc1")>
<cfset application.init       = "true">

</cfif>

So when I call the url: anypage.cfm?reinit=1 .. it re-inits all my cfc's.

I would like to add in this code a way to clear all cached queries, forcing them all to run on the next page execution, grabbing new data.
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gdemaria earned 500 total points
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 <cfobjectcache action="clear">

 will clear all caches
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by:mcsolas
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That works nice.

Another nice coldfusion 1 liner : )
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by:mcsolas
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This is what I ended up with:

<cfif not isDefined("application.init") or isDefined("url.reinit")>

<cfobjectcache action="clear">
<cfset application.cfc1 = createObject("component","console.cfc.cfc1")>
<cfset application.init       = "true">

</cfif>
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