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I�m writing a JSP that contains sensitive data. I do not want the browsers to cache the pages. Is the following code enough to ensure that the browsers (IE, Netscape, and Firefox) would not cache the contents of the pages:
The querystring forces the new versions to be retrieved. Now for the html page, you need to rely on the meta tags. Caching is a good thing since it serves pags up fast for users that have multiple visits, but it can also bite you in the butt if you update alot!