On launching experiment, anyLogistix starts caching routes required to execute the experiment. A user is notified about the quantity of routes that has to be cached:
Since the process of routes caching might take quite a while, you may want to click Stop to abort launching the experiment. The downloaded routes will be stored in cache. The rest will be downloaded next time you start the experiment.
If you run another experiment requiring routes to be downloaded while caching routes for the previous experiment, the routes will be queued up.
The number of routes left to cache is shown in the bottom left corner of the GIS map.
To drop the cache
- Click and select Settings from the menu.
The Settings dialog box will open.
- Click the Drop cache button at the bottom of the dialog box.
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