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from the Plum Voice IVR Glossary
maxage attribute relates to the maximum amount of time a file will be cached. The tags that have the
maxage attribute are
<submit/>. The type of file cached depends upon the tag that is being used to pull the cached file.
By setting a specific
maxage within a tag it will force the caching mechanism to either get (or not depending on the timeframe set) a new version of the file. This will allow for a faster response time in pulling the files that are required.
There are also several properties that achieve the same goal as the
maxage attribute. These properties are
scriptmaxage. Notice that
<submit/> do not have a corresponding
*maxage property. This is because they fall inclusively under the
documentmaxage, since all of these elements transition between documents. Using these properties will offer a global default setting that can be selectively overridden with
maxage attributes on specific elements.
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