The Debug -> Cache access tab is displayed only when cache access debugging is enabled. This can be achieved either by configuring certain settings in Site Manager -> Settings -> System -> Debug, or by adding specific keys to the appSettings section of your project's web.config file. Both options are described in this context help topic.
On this tab, you can see a log of accesses to the system cache. For each access, you can see the URL of the page on whose loading the cache was accessed. The table below the URL always shows the type of Access, the accessed Cache key, the object type and size of cached Data and the Context from which the cache was accessed. If you enable the Show complete context option, complete context of the cache access, i.e. not only the method that accessed the cache item, but also the methods from which the first one was called, will be shown in the Context column.
By clicking the View object () icon, you can display details of the cached object in a new window.
Enabling the Show complete context check-box displays complete context (not only the topmost item) in the Context column. All dummy keys can be cleared from the cache using the Clear cache button. Clicking the Clear cache log button clears all records in this debug log.
For more information about debugging in Kentico CMS, please refer to Developer's Guide -> Development -> Debugging and system information. For more information about caching in Kentico CMS, please refer to Developer's Guide -> Development -> Caching and performance -> Caching options.