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Status Future consideration
Created by Guest
Created on Nov 19, 2020

Clearing a single URL from the CDN cache

We would like the ability to clear a single URL in the CDN cache. When images and documents are replaced in globalassets it takes up to 12 hours until the correct file is available. While a work around of clearing all the cache is available, that affects our performance.

  • Guest
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    Dec 14, 2023

    So... it's almost 2024 now. Where did that roadmap go? :)

  • Guest
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    Jun 13, 2023

    This would be of great use! If a editor needs to remove a document, for example of GDPR-reasons, the CDN-cache keeps the file until either the cache expires or the full cache is purged. By being able to purge a single url this would managed in a much better way.

  • Guest
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    Sep 3, 2022
    Hi Michael and others, this is still high in our radar. It didn’t make it into the 2022 radar but it’s a very strong contender for 2023 alongside other edge/CDN capabilities.
  • Guest
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    Mar 23, 2022

    John Håkansson did this make the 2022 roadmap?

  • Guest
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    Jan 5, 2021

    Ideally this would automatically happen via the Cloudflare API when a new item is published. Is it possible for customers to obtain a generated Cloudflare API key like we do for SendGrid?

  • Guest
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    Dec 4, 2020

    Thank you John

  • Guest
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    Dec 3, 2020

    Thanks Jeffrey, this is in the 2021 roadmap. Regards //John