Instead of storing master data like currency, country, and state in every user session, with the 2205 release we moved it to a global cache.
Before 2205, the User had to log out and log in to see the changes. Now, updates to master data are reflected immediately in all active sessions when the global cache is updated, and the user do not need to re-login to see these changes.
- Improving Cache Management
- Making IMC sessions leaner
- Master data is stored now in a global cache instead of having it in every session
- No need to re-login after making master data changes
- Other users will also see the changes to master data without the need to log out and log in.
- If your master data-like values are huge and have more concurrent users we will also see a reduced memory footprint.
Here is an example where an account currency that belongs to an Australian Dollar (AUD):
Updates to currency in localization. 'Administration' > 'Master Data Management' > 'Currency'
Updates are then reflected immediately, and users who have an active session do not need to re-login to see these updates