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Re: Entire AEM Dispacher Cache Invalid After Every Page Publish - Adobe Experience Manager 02-07-2019
Thanks all for the helpful information.Is there any scenario where you would want to configure the dispatcher to invalidate the entire cache for every author page publish?

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Entire AEM Dispacher Cache Invalid After Every Page Publish - Adobe Experience Manager 01-07-2019
Hello,Our AEM dispatcher cache becomes invalid as soon as any page is (re)published by an author. As we publish pages many times each hour, there is effectively little to no dispatcher page caching, and pages are rebuilt for each request. I can see the effect of this with the marked difference in response time during a period of no author publishing and just after.Is this expected? Can't the cache be configured so that only the re-published page and those dependent on it are invalidated?Thanks,S...

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Re: How do I add a comment to a page edit? - Adobe Experience Manager 07-04-2017
I guess, I'm more used to the software development model: You add a comment when you submit a change. Its essential for trouble shooting. I understand its not as important for content edits but when you have multiple people working on the same page I think I can be difficult to track down what happened. Looks like versioning is the closest to what I want.I would make a change, save a version, then publish, but the publishing itself would save another version and it would have not comments stored...

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Re: How do I add a comment to a page edit? - Adobe Experience Manager 07-04-2017
Its not that I don't want to use them, its that they don't seem to do what I want. So the custom property would be a long string? A user would probably need save the date in the field with each they note a change. Perhaps. Sounds a bit ugly.

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How do I add a comment to a page edit? - Adobe Experience Manager 06-04-2017
After editing a page, but before roll-out and publishing, I want to save a text comment about what I did and why, to help with future troubleshooting or change tracking.I see I can add a label/comment when saving a version. But I don't need to make a new version (although I know a new version is created on publishing). I see I can add annotations, but they appear to be associated with the page and not with the page versions.What is the best way to do this? Thanks

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