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Vignesh
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Joined: Jun 18, 2001
Posts: 1
hi guys,
i have a simple question.iam developing a site which uses some database connections.and i dont want the user to go back in the browser buttin and traverse round.how can i make the jsp page to expire within the same scope and not allow the user to go back???
thanks in advance
Vignesh.K.C
vikinsa
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Joined: Apr 18, 2001
Posts: 46
Hi!,
You can use the simple HTML meta tags to expire the page as soon as it gets displayed. After using that the tag will ensure that every time the page is requested it will fetch a new copy from the web server.
I am not very sure about this one but try once...
<META HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="now">
Place in the <head></head> tags of your HTML in that jsp.

Originally posted by Vignesh:
hi guys,
i have a simple question.iam developing a site which uses some database connections.and i dont want the user to go back in the browser buttin and traverse round.how can i make the jsp page to expire within the same scope and not allow the user to go back???
thanks in advance
Vignesh.K.C


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