system manages content in the form of compiled responses in cache, which contain applets that the WebAccelerator system uses to assemble pages. The WebAccelerator determines how to assemble content, using:
Since the WebAccelerator system performs content assembly after it
matches the response to a node, it always uses the matched response nodes assembly rules, which it caches as part of the original compiled response. If the response matches to a different node than the request, the WebAccelerator system considers the assembly rules associated with the requests node as irrelevant.
The primary purpose of the Enable Content Assembly on Proxies
setting is to allow the WebAccelerator system to compress content as required, and to manage content using the Intelligent Browser Referencing feature, even if the content is not served from cache. Using content compression or Intelligent Browser Referencing, without selecting the Enable Content Assembly on Proxies
check box, applies compression to HTML documents and Intelligent Browser Referencing to links in HTML documents that are served from cache, but not to any HTML documents that bypass the cache.