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Database Cache?

dboat
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Recently we have had a few issue where our Datawarehouse team has claimed updated values in the tables however I am not seeing the same values in Adobe Campaign. Is there any kind of caching or setting that might cause these kinds of synchronization issues?

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Garima_Gakhar
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Employee
Employee

Hi dboat

There is no explicit synchronization process which runs between the application and database server. Ideally whatever is updated at database level should be visible within the Application Server as well.

Which Schema is being checked here, as in which specific table is reflecting this discrepancy.

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Garima_Gakhar
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Employee
Employee

Hi dboat

There is no explicit synchronization process which runs between the application and database server. Ideally whatever is updated at database level should be visible within the Application Server as well.

Which Schema is being checked here, as in which specific table is reflecting this discrepancy.

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dboat
Level 2
Level 2

A custom table that manages content priority.

Garima_Gakhar
Employee
Employee

dboat

This will have to be sorted from your side only, maybe a synchronization task/job which is designed to update data from database to application server and is not working fine.

By default, there shouldn't be any discrepancy between database server and application server.

Hoping by now the issue must have already been sorted