IE and Session variables

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    Default IE and Session variables

    I have come upon a problem with session variables and IE. If I set a value of a session variable, and then go to the next page and change it, when I use the back button to go back it never reloads the page so the sesion variable value does not change back unless I hit reload. I know this is a cache problem but I have tried the following and it still will not reload the page using the back button. Works just fine with netscape. Any Suggestions?<BR>&#060;% <BR> Response.Expires = 0<BR> Response.Buffer = True<BR> Response.Clear <BR>%&#062;<BR><BR>Rick

  2. #2
    Imar Spaanjaars Guest

    Default RE: IE and Session variables

    I thing this is indeed an IE related problem.<BR>You should use Response.ExpiresAbsolute<BR><BR>You can insert the current date and time (or before) to make the page reload.<BR><BR>HtH<BR><BR>Imar

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    Vivek Nama Guest

    Default RE: IE and Session variables

    try<BR>Response.Expires = Now() - 1

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