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From lordi <lord.of.bo...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: problem with caching?
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2002 12:02:24 GMT
I just added the "no-cache" stuff to the response header and now
everything seems to work. thanks a lot!!

>lordi yttrade:
>> I have found out, that it is somehow a browser dependent problem. it works fine
>> with IE, but Opera (my standard browser) seems to cache the page, so that
>> the session will not be invalidated when i login and logout a 2nd time.
>
>It's probably because they are configured differently.
>
>To be independent on the browsers cashing configuration you should tell
>the browser to NOT cache your page - when the pages changed per
>every invocation. 
>
>Are your web page sent to the broweser with an indication that it
>should not be cached ?
>
>
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