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Discovered the answer to my own question. If Script (or CSS) files are kept in normal libraries they will get cached internally to SP and only rarely updated. However if these are files are maintained in the "Style Library" (a built in library created by SP) they will NOT be cached and will update normally. It's easy enough, once this known, to create your ...
Blob cache refreshes on a timed basis only and causes what you are seeing. However you can clear it via powershell and I think central admin, but here is the powershell: $webApp = Get-SPWebApplication "<WebApplicationURL>" [Microsoft.SharePoint.Publishing.PublishingCache]::FlushBlobCache($webApp) The setting for the time is here in the web config. ...
You can use the PowerShell cmdlet Clear-SPDistributedCacheItem to clear your cache. Clear-SPDistributedCacheItem -ContainerType DistributedLogonTokenCache
You can increase the timeout with Powershell. Take a look at this blog post for the commands. http://www.dmcinfo.com/latest-thinking/blog/articletype/articleview/articleid/8657/fix-sharepoint-2013-distributed-cache-timeouts.aspx $LogonTokenCache = Get-SPDistributedCacheClientSetting -ContainerType DistributedLogonTokenCache $LogonTokenCache.RequestTimeout ...
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