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Hi All,

Cache issues are very common in Fiori app development. Please make sure to follow all below steps to verify all crictical changes.

There are various modules involved in Fiori development and we need to make sure that cache in all these components have been cleared to avoid to any issues.

  1. 1.Clear the server http cache

Go to the transaction SMICM. Goto -> HTTP plugin -> Server cache -> Invalidate Locally and Globally.

  1. 2. Clear metadata cache

Transaction: /IWFND/CACHE_CLEANUP on Gateway (oData cache clearing)

Transaction: /IWBEP/CACHE_CLEANUP on Backend and Gateway (oData cache clearing)

  1. 3. Synchronize chip cache

Run the report /UI2/CHIP_SYNCHRONIZE_CACHE. Make sure there is no error in the table /UI2/CHIP_CHDR



  1. 4. Run cache buster


  1. 5. Clear local browser cache - to avoid views and resources being displayed from local browser cache or else implement cache buster

     1.6  UI2 Cache

     Run report /UI2/INVALIDATE_GLOBAL_CACHES. This cache clearing is mandatory especially to verify the translations integrated for ex tiles,groups,catalogs in Launchpad admin

     1.7 Fiori client app is capable of handling local cache whenever new resources are available in the server so no need of manual cache management implementation

Please make sure that you follow all above cache maintenance techniques wherever and whenever required.

Thanks for reading my post.



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