Curious if anyone else experience this issue?

I'm running WordPress 6.4.3 / CiviCRM 5.70.0 / PHP 7.4 on a VPS. When I create a SearchKit search with a table (bypass permissions), then create a FormBuilder from the SearchKit table (Generic: Allow all users (including anonymous), with "accessible on front-end of website" checkbox checked), but WP throws the following error message when I access the form page either from an admin acount or guest:

Fatal error: Uncaught CRM_Core_Exception: [0: Unrecognized Angular module afsearch03022024ChildColloquia. Please ensure that all Angular modules are declared. thrown in /home/office/public_html/wp-content/plugins/civicrm/civicrm/Civi/Angular/Manager.php on line 160

There has been a critical error on this website.

I looked at the FormBuilder | Search Forms listing, and "afsearch03022024ChildColloquia" is there. I also installed the Angular Profile extension, but I'm still seeing the same error. Curious if anyone knows what might be the issue? Could it be because I'm still running PHP 7.4? Any help is greatly appreciated!

Update 1: Somehow I can access the page now. WP was throwing the error message when I tried to access the page an hour ago, even in icognition mode. I'm curious if this was caused by the memcached issue.

Update 2: I created a new FormBuilder page, with the exact same settings, and WP throws the same error message again when I tried to access the newly created page. Will disable cache to see if it is a cache issue.

Update 3 In the CiviCRM settings file, I updated the cache settings from Memcached to NoCahe, and I can access the page now. I'm unsure if this is a bug, but whoever runs into the same issue, you can try to disable the cache to see if this will resolve the issue. Thanks!


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This was tracked down to a caching bug and has been fixed: https://github.com/civicrm/civicrm-core/pull/29260

Released in the latest 5.69 and 5.70.

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