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We have a Struts application. When I click on browser Back button, first I get a Security alert saying, "You are about to view pages over a secure connection ................." (the page I am on is also using protocol https and the page I am going to hit using the Back button also uses https: protocol and all these pages arr part of the Struts aplication). If I say yes , I get Page Expired warning and to get the page it asks to Refresh the page. If I refresh, the form will be resubmitted and creates duplicate record which I do not want. Any idea what is going on? Any help/suggestions are appreciated.
Vani, I think u should disable caching of pages by setting the appropriate response headers. I am not sure if it will solve ur problem. It solves a lot of issues with back button. -- Pavan
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Thank you Pavan.
1.The strange thing is,it happens only for few pages and not for all within the application in given machine. 2. Why it is saying that I am leaving the secure connection?(for few pages) even though they are all on same server infact all these pages are part of one application? 3.If it is to do with secure/non secure mode, why it happens only on few machines even after going through proper authentication
Thank in advance [ October 20, 2005: Message edited by: Vani D Bandargal ]