I am sorry about the a mistake in my message.....the application does not work in NT 4.0 , I had mistakenly stated that it works in NT 4.0
At the moment I have only a dirty trick for you.
I had the same problem long time ago with a
misconfigured proxy server. The "solution" was
to add a random cgi parameter like
The "123123" must not be hardcoded, it should
change from request to request. Hope this will
solve the urgent problem until the bug has been fixed.
Thanks for the suggestion, I did figure out the temporary fix to the problem the same way by appending the current time to the URL, thus making it a new page to the browser...what I also figured is that if you put
<meta http-equiv=\"pragma\" content=\"no-cache\">
in the head tag of the JSP or generated HTML it works. But is this a known bug in tomcat? and if yes do you know if it is going to be fixed, or why it works this way.