Where are the cache options located (per help info)?

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Where are the cache options located (per help info)?

Hello.

Where do I find:

https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_login_directories

to set the 'clear cache' options? I have v.3.8.2 Build 330.

I'm still trying to find out why WinSCP is the only SFTP client out of about 4 I've tried that doesn't update the web server immediately. Not sure if it's a cache, resume, or a design issue. Totally disappointing.

Thanks.

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Re: Where are the cache options located (per help info)?

uploader wrote:

Where do I find:

https://winscp.net/eng/docs/ui_login_directories

to set the 'clear cache' options? I have v.3.8.2 Build 330.
You need to tick Advanced options checkbox.

I'm still trying to find out why WinSCP is the only SFTP client out of about 4 I've tried that doesn't update the web server immediately. Not sure if it's a cache, resume, or a design issue. Totally disappointing.
The above options will not help you :-(
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Hi!

How can I change the caching parameters for sessions wich I have already saved?
When I start WinSCP and select a session (with only one click), and then change to the Directories tab, I can disable the checkbox. But when I try to save the session again under the same name, all other settings like server-name, login, etc are lost.

With an opened session I was unable to find a possibility to change the login parameters for the opend session.

Or am I totaly blind?

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Christoph

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chrroe wrote:

How can I change the caching parameters for sessions wich I have already saved?
To edit existing stored session, first load it, modify your options and than save it back (under the same or different name).
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martin wrote:

chrroe wrote:

How can I change the caching parameters for sessions wich I have already saved?
To edit existing stored session, first load it, modify your options and than save it back (under the same or different name).

That's really, really confusing. Is there a way to just CLEAR THE CACHE?

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a-nony-mous wrote:

That's really, really confusing. Is there a way to just CLEAR THE CACHE?
Please read documentation.
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