Browser cache and back button

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    Dec 1969

    Default Browser cache and back button

    Anyone know how to stop a browser from caching previous pages so that when a user hits a back button, the browser makes a call to the web server again?? And not necessarily through ASP? I have tried the following:<BR><BR>&#060;meta http-equiv=pragma content=no cache&#062; etc...<BR><BR>According to documentation, this should not allow the browser to cache a page in the first place, however it does not seem to work. Any ideas from anyone??<BR><BR>Or is it maybe the history I need to restrict.<BR><BR>Thanks in advance

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    Russ G Guest

    Default RE: Browser cache and back button

    Sham,<BR><BR>Just something to think about. Do you have a firewall in place that could be doing the caching, and not letting your browser <BR>get back to the webserver?<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR><BR>-rg

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    Marc Kooreman Guest

    Default RE: Browser cache and back button

    The only solution I know that works it to put the following code in at the top of your asp-coding:<BR><BR>&#060;% Response.Expires=-20 %&#062;<BR><BR>Mind that you put the minus-sign in.<BR><BR>Hope this helps.<BR><BR>BR<BR>Marco Kooreman

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