Controls the caching of resolution errors for artifacts/metadata from remote repositories. If caching is enabled for
a given resource, a marker will be set (usually somewhere in the local repository) to suppress repeated resolution
attempts for the broken resource, thereby avoiding expensive but useless network IO. The error marker is considered
stale once the repository's update policy has expired at which point a future resolution attempt will be allowed.
Error caching considers the current network settings such that fixes to the configuration like authentication or
proxy automatically trigger revalidation with the remote side regardless of the time elapsed since the previous
Bit flag indicating whether missing artifacts/metadata should be cached in the local repository. If caching is
enabled, resolution will not be reattempted until the update policy for the affected resource has expired.
Bit flag indicating whether connectivity/transfer errors (e.g. unreachable host, bad authentication) should be
cached in the local repository. If caching is enabled, resolution will not be reattempted until the update policy
for the affected resource has expired.