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    Default Making a page to expire.

    No matter what I do, I get cached page. I want new instance of page each time it is visited. Response.Expires = 0 does not work, nor does Response.ExpiresAbsolute = now<BR><BR>Please tell me what to do.<BR>Thanks<BR>Arvind<BR>

  2. #2
    JEB Guest

    Default RE: Making a page to expire.

    I read somewhere that there is a timing issue with response.expires=0. Try with a negative value like -100<BR><BR>Hope this helps<BR><BR>

  3. #3
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    Default RE: Making a page to expire.

    I tried that too JEB, but it does not work.<BR>Anyway thanks a lot for responding.<BR>Arvind

  4. #4
    Adalsteinn Ottarsson Guest

    Default RE: Making a page to expire.

    If this is a Cache issue then Use META TAGS


  5. #5
    branavan Guest

    Default RE: Making a page to expire.

    I wrote a message board and wanted the pages to refresh every time, and it seems that a combinations of three things did the trick.<BR><BR>1) in iis manager console, set the enable content expiration to expire immediately<BR><BR>2) use meta tages &#060;META HTTP-EQUIV="expires" CONTENT="0"><BR><BR>3) use asp code Response.Expires = 0<BR><BR>

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