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JDCaruso
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      06-22-2004
i have activate the HTTP compression for static and
dynamic files, the problem is that iis or web browser is
caching the response of the asp page... and allways
display the same. Example:
<%
Response.Write "Time: " & Time()
%>
allways display the same time, i need to do a manually
Refresh (and that is not what i want...).
how can i fix the problem

Thanxs

 
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Jeff Cochran
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      06-22-2004
On Tue, 22 Jun 2004 06:53:20 -0700, "JDCaruso"
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>i have activate the HTTP compression for static and
>dynamic files, the problem is that iis or web browser is
>caching the response of the asp page... and allways
>display the same. Example:
><%
>Response.Write "Time: " & Time()
>%>
>allways display the same time, i need to do a manually
>Refresh (and that is not what i want...).


Set timeouts, refresh interval, use the PRAGMA NO-CACHE directive.
Lots of possibilities depending on what you need to accomplish and
what you have access to configure.

Jeff
 
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