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Is it generally Good Practice to "Disable the Cache Invalidation Plugin"?

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  1. Renewals @ n3
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    09 Jun
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    With "Disable the Cache Invalidation Plugin" (https://www.crmportalconnector.com/developer-network/documentation/setup-portal-connector/setup/disable-the-cache-invalidation-plugin), is there any disadvantage of doing this or considerations I need to take when disabling it? Is this applicable to TPC v5.3 for Sitefinity v13.1?
  2. Andre B
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    10 Mar 2020
    10 Jun in reply to Renewals @ n3
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    Hi there,

    Thank you for your question. If you are currently using TPC 5.3, there are no disadvantages to disabling the cache invalidation. However, in TPC 6.0 it is recommended that advanced-cache invalidation be enabled if you are using, or plan on using CRM Data or Control caching. 

    If you have any further questions, feel free to contact support at support@crmportalconnector.com.

    Regards, 
    André
    Last modified on 11 Jun 2021 03:06 by Andre B
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