1 Reply Latest reply on Nov 10, 2001 10:07 PM by Allen Fogleson

    Does

    Navdeep Newbie

      I do not want any JSP pages etc. to be stored on the client browsers cache (mostly IE 5.0 and above).
      I have tried the httpResponse.setHeader options in my servlets and it did not work. I Also tried
      <meta http-equiv="cache-control" content="no-store">
      and it is not working. I was wondering how to do this. I am running an application under JBoss 2.4.3 and tomcat 3.2.3 under windows NT.
      Thanks
      NSB
      P.S. In Orion everything runs fine. And though I have not tested extensively, in Netscape it works with Tomacat too.

        • 1. Re: Does
          Allen Fogleson Newbie

          > I do not want any JSP pages etc. to be stored on the
          > client browsers cache (mostly IE 5.0 and above).
          > I have tried the httpResponse.setHeader options in
          > my servlets and it did not work. I Also tried
          > <meta http-equiv="cache-control"
          > content="no-store">

          > and it is not working. I was wondering how to do
          > this. I am running an application under JBoss 2.4.3
          > and tomcat 3.2.3 under windows NT.
          > Thanks
          > NSB
          > P.S. In Orion everything runs fine. And though I have
          > not tested extensively, in Netscape it works with
          > Tomacat too.

          the problem here is on the browser. Unfortunately not all the browsers work the same. try adding the following in the appropriate place in your jsp:


          <meta http-equiv="pragma" content="no-cache" >


          Al

          p.s. I think that is the line... this is well documented all over the net... a sample link:

          http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q222/0/64.ASP