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I'm trying to pass a dynamic value （ｗｈｉｃｈ ｍｅａｎｓ ｉｔ ｃａｎ ｂｅ ｃｈａｎｇｅｄ next time） ｆｒｏｍ ｐｏｒｔｌｅｔ Ａ ｔｏ ｐｏｒｌｅｔ Ｂ． I'm able to pass it successfully the first time. Howｅｖｅｒ ｉｔ ｌｏｏｋｓ like the old value is cached and next time if I try to pass a new value to B, B is still getting the old value.
In A, it's passed as part of the page's URL where B resides on.
<a href="http://www.pageURLofB.com/test?para1=value1"> click here </a>
The way B receives it is using request.getParameter("para1");
No matter A and B are on different pages or on the same page this issue always happens.
Does anyone why it's reading old value instead of new value? If it's caching issue does anyone know how to disable the caching?