Earlier today I had a situation where I needed to clear the output cache entry of a page. After a quick Google search I turned up Steve Smith’s Article on Removing Page Output Cache Entries.
The article is a short, helpful article which quickly and easily explains how to remove the output cache entry of a page.
private void RemoveButton_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
I hope everyone else finds this to be easy to understand and implement. The above should work as long as you have a page named “CacheForever.aspx” in the folder “caching” at the root of the site.