The Project Cache is activated by default. If you need to activate the Project Cache after it has been deactivated you should do the following:
Note: After activating the Project Cache you will have to perform a Project Cache Refresh to populate the cache.
To deactivate the Project Cache you should do the following:
Using Project Cache views provides faster access to specific data than returning all items. Out of the box there are three views, these are:
The All Items filter in the Project Cache shows you every item, including Project Statements and Project and Work Tracker items. We recommend using the All Projects view when you want to just see projects.
Note: Only site collection administrators or members of the BrightWork Cache Administrators group can configure views in a cache.
For faster reporting, views can be configured as a means of filtering projects. Less projects in a report, the faster it is!
To configure these Views:
When configuring views there is no need to specify columns, grouping, or sorting. Instead only configure the filters as that is all that is used in Reporter.
We recommend limiting the amount of views you have in the project cache, as this may impact the refresh time of the cache.
It is also possible to add custom columns to the Project Cache so it can track your own custom data.