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Hi..
I'm Have a big applet that runs developer 2000 forms in the browser.It takes around 15 seconds to load the applet.i know the problem is loading an applet from the cache into browser takes time.If i keep the browser open and call the applet .. then it is fast but when i close the browser the applet also flushes from the memmory.Is there any way to keep the applet in the memmory even if we close the browser.
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Dealing with cache is completly up to the browser... you can change the settings yourself in your browser ( Every browser has different ways of setting this... In the old IE v4.0 browser installed on my computer at work, you can do this by selecting View > Internet Options... > Click on the button 'Settings' in the 'Temporary Internet Files' section. ) However, there is no way to 'force' someone who will be viewing your page to do this through code or anything...

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