URI Exclusions will let us tell Comet Cache that a particular URL should never be cached, but that's not really what we need. What we are looking to do is to tell Comet Cache that cache for archive pages, the home page, etc should be updated on post save, but only when the post type is 'post' or 'page'. What we see now is that when we have those settings turned on under Automatic Cache Clearing, any change to any post type will trigger Automatic Cache Clearing.
Our custom post types -- added by WooCommerce -- include:
We'd like Comet Cache to not clear cache when those custom post types are created or updated.
For example, an order is placed (saved as a CPT), Comet Cache clears the home page cache, cache is locked/rebuilt. There's no need for the cache to be cleared when an order is placed because there are no forward-facing components on the site that reflect orders for logged out users. However, if we disable Automatic Cache Clearing entirely, then saving a post/page will require a manual flush of cache on several pages. Ideally, there would be a filter hook that we could use to specify post types that should not trigger Auto Cache Clearing.