Caches visual editor is a part of a supervisor interface, it is a standalone editor. Use it to handle predefined groups of cached objects and to see their current status.

From the performance perspective, many objects are cached, for example: data queries, configurations, localization literals, portals etc. Every cache group can be handled individually, like enable/disable it, set the expiration and so on.


The header contains buttons which apply to all the groups:

  • Refresh

  • Clear caches

  • Disable caches

  • Enable caches

A particular cache group can be enabled by pressing engage-button button (alternatively disabled by pressing disengage-button button), which are visible within the column of the same name.

The groups have default expiration time, after which the cached values are no more valid. The value is listed in the Expiration column, you can adjust it by pressing engage-button or disengage-button within the mentioned column.

With the exception of selfexplanatory columns, you can see the following:

  • Total items - amount of cached values

  • Expired - expired cached values

  • Hits - number of readings when the value was cached and thus did not have to be loaded from the database

  • Misses (exp) - number of readings when the value was cached, but it was expired, thus it had to be loaded from the database again

  • Misses (none) - number of readings when the value was not cached and thus it had to be loaded from the database again

  • Set value - number of loadings from the database


A cleared cache (all or only some of them) will take effect for the user after the webpage is refreshed.

Sort the values by pressing the column name in the header. The Name and Expiration columns support ascending sorting, the rest only descending sorting. Only one directional sorting is supported.


To access the editor, you have to have assigend CacheAdmin role, with AllowRead degree. For full usage, AllowWrite degree is enough.