Is there any way of preventing caching of document
Well... Is there? I need to protect the cached html files from being read in some way. Not sure how it could be done though. Any link to a place where I could get info would be appreciated.<BR><BR>//Frid
RE: Is there any way of preventing caching of docu
Nope, I've already tried that and the only thing it does is that it forces the browser to get a new version from the server. It doesn't prevent the actual caching. The caching still takes place, but it is not utilized. The generated html-file is still stored locally on the hard drive of the client. Then it's just a matter of opening notepad, drag n drop the cached file and view the code. It's also possible to open the file via some file handler other than Explorer, for example Windows Commander, since it doesn't link the cached file to that adress...<BR><BR>What I need is something that truly prevents the actual buffering on the hard drive of the client. Although, considering the fact that not even Hotmail or online stock brokers have solved this problem I assume nor will I. =)<BR><BR>//Frid
Response.Expires = 0 <BR><BR>At the top of the page...<BR><BR>If that does not work let me know. I will try to find a solution for ya/test it for ya as I need the same thing but I found it at a site that said use it if you do not want your page cached...put it at top.<BR><BR>Or email an author and ask if they have used it...