Select a FILE OBJECT, not source member. Right click and you should see
Cache File Descriptions.

VERIFY (prompt)> Refresh Cache will also work.




From:
Frank.Kolmann@xxxxxxxxxx
To:
wdsci-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date:
08/13/2008 03:51 PM
Subject:
[WDSCI-L] Refresh Cache for New Field



Sorry, I just canot find the
right-click on the file in RSE and select "Refresh Cached Definitions".

I right click all over the place in RSE on the FSPEC on the file in the
Outline View but the "Refresh Cached Definitions" is nowhere to be
found. I am using Version: 6.0.1 Build id: 20050725_1800.

I would appreciate it if you could tell me the precise click sequence,
or do you mean the Verify Refesh Cache is the way to do this.


date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 07:28:01 -0400
from: graybeard@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] Refresh Cache for New Field
Yes. Normally this is all you have to do.



On Wed, 13 Aug 2008 19:26:22 +1100, Frank.Kolmann said:
Hi

I had the issue with a new field in a file and I took the action
to refresh both caches as per.
http://archive.midrange.com/wdsci-l/200805/msg00224.html

That resolved the issue, but I saw this comment, from Joe I think.
This is easy to fix... right-click on the file in RSE and select
"Refresh
Cached Definitions".

Is this a proposed function or does it already exist?

I noticed that if I do a Verify Prompt one can choose to Refresh Cache
but I had already cleared the problem before I noticed this.
I just wonder if this would have resolved my problem.

Frank Kolmann



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