It's a table property that indicates how often the table data changes. Its value is used to control database access caching when Database Access Caching property is enabled.
|0. Pretty Often ||Use this value for objects that should not be cached. This is the default value.|
|1. Time to Time ||The cache is refreshed when the period specified by "Time to Time" Property is over.|
|2. Hardly Ever ||The cache is refreshed when the period specified by "Hardly ever" Property is over.|
|3. Almost Never ||This value should be used for objects that, once read, should never be removed from the cache.|
- Cached database accesses may be flushed from memory due to Cache storage size property.
- After having changed the value of the property, a rebuild all is needed. In fact, only the programs that navigate to the cached table will change its source code.
Platforms: Web(.Net, Java)
Time to Time TTL(mins) Property
Hardly ever TTL(mins) property
Database access caching property