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1 redwings commented Permalink

Kyle, To confirm caching, you first have to make a request for the report in ldx format and then any calls after will be cached? If I first made a request specifying fmt=HTML it would not be cached? Thx. <br />

2 KCamp commented Permalink

&gt;Kyle, To confirm caching, you first have to make a request for the report in ldx format and then any calls after will be cached? If I first made a request specifying fmt=HTML it would not be cached? Thx. <div>&nbsp;</div> No, the caching is automatic regardless of format. "Format" is not quite the same concept as a Report Server Output Format. A format in CMS is a transformation of LDX, so when you request ?fmt=HTML what happens is that the LDX is cached and the HTML is generated from that cached LDX. <div>&nbsp;</div> So here's what would happen: <div>&nbsp;</div> /reportData/report/i12345?fmt=HTML returns a URL like: <br /> /sessionOuput/conversationID/i9578 <div>&nbsp;</div> 1)Resending "/sessionOuput/conversationID/i9578" returns HTML <br /> 2)Sending "/sessionOuput/conversationID/i9578?fmt=Dataset" returns the Dataset format using the cache without rerunning the report <br /> 3 Resending "/sessionOuput/conversationID/i9578" returns Dataset again <div>&nbsp;</div>

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