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Report Cache not being used

Report Cache not being used

Report Cache not being used

How can you tell if the report cache is being used when you run a report in the Web interface? I have executed several reports in Desktop, and when I re-execute the reports in Desktop, the reports come back instantaneously. When I run the same reports in the Web interface, it seems that the report cache is not being used. I check the job monitor and sure enough the quick view shows the SQL that is being used for the report execution. Any ideas?

Thanks in advance.

RE: Report Cache not being used

Are you executing the report with the same user?  If you execute the report with two different user with distinct security filter is normal that the report reject again.

RE: Report Cache not being used

If you are using the same user you should see the report that you ran in desktop appear in the history list in web. Select it from there and it should not re-execute. If you are logging in as a different user it may have to do with your cache settings on the server and if you create a cache per user or not. I forget all of the settings but you may want to take a look there.

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