When the user presses the back button, the information on the current page is not process--all that happens is the browser displays the previous page. You should tell your users never to use the back button.
I have one search page which has many conditions for finding the data. That conditions i am specifying in 2 combobox. If user perform submit. Then on next page he see the data. Now if he want to see search condition that he choosed from combo and he presses back button.
Please tell me if there is way to findout that browser back button is pressed.
User comes to Search Page, and types search value "Java" into a text box, and clicks the search button. Page 2 appears with search results. If the user clicks the back button, which will return them to the Search Page, you want "Java" still appearing in the text box. Is that correct?
If that is correct, I'm not sure there is a way to have that text box filled in.
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