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Re: SSInclude/caching problem

From: Denio <denio@sumare.com.br>
Date: Wed, 31 May 2000 17:59:08 -0400 (EDT)
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> Re: SSInclude/caching problem
>
> From: Henrik Kniberg (henrik@kniberg.com)
> Date: Fri, Jul 16 1999
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> Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 21:14:05 -0400 (EDT)
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> From: Henrik Kniberg <henrik@kniberg.com>
> To: Augusto Sellhorn <asellhor@ccd.harris.com>
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> Subject: Re: SSInclude/caching problem
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> > If you add this to your document ...
> >
> > <head>
> >         <META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache">
> > </head>
>
> Hey, that solved the problem!  Try:
>
> http://server.milliweb.com/temp/date2.shtml
>
> > Netscape will behave nice and not cache the page. IE (5.0/4.0) ignores
> > those META tags so there'll be different results.
>
> Actually it appears to work with IE5 as well, so it isn't being ignored in my
> case.  Strange.  Can someone else give it a shot with IE4 or 5?
>
> > BTW don't waste time trying to put all the other "expiration" tags,
> > they won't work. The only thing IE cares about is the date returned
> > by the server. I tried everything, with no luck. Funny, if you go to
> > deja.news and search for SSI cache IE you'll find lots of hits.
>
> Upon looking more closely at the response headers I noticed that the
> SSI-generated response included the "last-modified" header, and the direct
> servlet response didn't.  I brutally hacked SSIFrame to remove this header
> field and this solved the problem in the Netscape case, but caused IE to get
> really angry and refuse to show the page at all.  I just had to try...
>
> /Henrik
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Does someone have the solution for this problem ? I have also tried everything
but with no good results.  HTTP 1.0 or HTTP 1.1 headers seems to be of no use for
IE.

Thanks in advance.

Denio Alves Lindo - Desktop Internet Services
Received on Thursday, 1 June 2000 05:33:43 GMT

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