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    Ran Guest

    Default asp caching dilema

    Hello,<BR><BR>My default.asp page is cached on the user&#039s machine, and expires every 10 minutes, using &#060;% Response.Expires = 10 %&#062;.<BR><BR>However, on some occasions, when redirecting to this page using &#060;% Response.Redirect %&#062;, I need this page to immediately expire.<BR><BR>Is there a reliable way to do so?<BR><BR>Note: I know about the adding a "?NoCache=Rnd" to my URL way, which was mentioned in the "Sams teach yourself ASP 3.0 in 21 Days" book, but I can&#039t use it my case.<BR><BR>Help please...<BR><BR>Thanks,<BR><BR>Ran.

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    lagerBoy Guest

    Default RE: asp caching dilema

    Try using this META tag in the head section of your ASP page. This will tell the client that the copy of the file that it has cached expired in 1993. So it will request a fresh copy from the Server.<BR><BR>&#060;meta HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="Tue, 04 Dec 1993 21:29:02 GMT"&#062;

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