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I have reviewed documentation and edited user.config with the keys suggested but server still caching css.
After making css changes I cannot get the new css file until I kill the asp.net worker process.
So I guess this is an IIS issue. Any advice?
mojoPortal on XP :
mojoPortal Version 188.8.131.52 MSSQL
Operating System Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 3
ASP.NET Info v4.0.30319 Running in Full Trust
Server Time Zone GMT Daylight Time
Server Local Time (GMT 1) 16/08/2011 16:13:33
Greenwich Mean Time (GMT/UTC) 16/08/2011 15:13:33
the runtime does not detect changes in user.config like it does for Web.config so after you edit user.config you need to touch Web.config to make it reload settings
Hope that helps,
Thank you for your reply.
I've touched up web.config. I've rebooted the entire server several times, so we definitely have had the opportunity to detect changes. But the only way I can get updated css to the client is by restarting the asp.net worker process. So it's looking like it's an IIS caching issue rather than a mojoPortal issue. I suppose I can put a batch file on my desktop to kill the worker process by name. For now. It would be better if I could get it working properly.
taskkill /im aspnet_wp.exe /F
Not pretty but it works.