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From lordi <lord.of.bo...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: problem with caching?
Date Wed, 03 Jul 2002 11:10:44 GMT
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.

>
>> hi,
>> i have written a servlet, which is supposed to logout a user by invalidating
>> his servlet session. it works fine, when i invoke the servlet the first time,
>> but if i invoke it again, the session is not invalidated anymore.
>> i think it has something to do with the caching system of either the servlet
>> engine or velocity. can anybody please tell me, how i can prevent this
>> behaviour?
>
>Well, I think we'll need a little more detail, but Velocity's caching is
>limited only to templates - that means that with the right settings,
>Velocity will load the templates you ask for and keep them loaded in a
>parsed state, for faster access if you ask for it again.
>
>It's very unlikely, given what you describe, that Velocity has anything to
>do with it.
>
>
>How do you invalidate the servlet session?




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