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Aggressive page caching in VEC

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Community Advisor

Does Target VEC employ some kind of aggressive page caching, particularly when setting up experiences?

Creating a new experience

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Set up an Experience Targeting (XT) activity.
  2. Modify Experience A.
  3. Add a new Experience B, with no modifications applied.

Expected result: Experience B shows the contents of the original page.

Actual result: Experience B shows the same contents+modifications as Experience A.

Removing modifications

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Set up an Experience Targeting (XT) activity.
  2. Modify Experience A.
  3. Remove the modifications from Experience A.

Expected result: Experience A shows the contents of the original page.

Actual result: Experience A still shows the contents+modifications.

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Unfortunately, none of the caveats/limitations listed there apply in this case. According to what I've stated, this looks more like a bug in VEC itself.

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Unfortunately, none of the caveats/limitations listed there apply in this case. According to what I've stated, this looks more like a bug in VEC itself.