Add cache in minutes property to REST APIs

By Fabian on 30 May 2016

Allow outputs of REST APIs to be cached the same way SQL Query output can be cached.

Add a cache in minutes property to a REST API action.

Currently you have to create a regular action and call the REST API in that action. You can then cache that regular action.

See this post for more info.

Tim Timperman7 Apr 2017

It's strange that they did not put this in by default, and that it did not make it into P10.

I'm guessing there must be some weird reason for it.

J.8 Apr 2017

why weird?

I am guessing most webservices are not called often with the same parameters ?

if that is the case, it's better to cache it on the other side, because you still have "network" to deal with