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carina caoor
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Hi i have a form with certain input fields,radio buttons and submit buttons when i select a radio button value then the input fields get populated, on clicking update button the input fields data can be modified & when user inputs value it get updated in the database on click of submit button



and my javascript code is


after inserting new data i am calling getPlotnumbers again here the servlet which i am calling is not getting called and it is not requering from the database to get the updated value it still shows me the old value not the refreshed one.
Anybody please help me out with this.
[ September 10, 2008: Message edited by: ruquia tabassum ]
Eric Pascarello
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GETS are made to be cached.

If you insist on using GET, put this after your open call:


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carina caoor
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I added the code but still the get request is getting cached and its not presenting the refreshed data, i managed to add new Date().getSeconds() at the end of the servlet url but still the gets are cached, please suggest me something, or my code is wrong somewhere?

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Did you clear your cache on your browser to make sure you have the newest code. Are you setting no-cache headers on the page that you are requesting.

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