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Hi,everyone,I am developing a web site for my school.
I use applet tree menu as a link to a certain jsp page.But getAppletContext.showDocument(URL,Frame)
didn't seems to effectively reload a certain page if that page's state has changed.
For example, as for my site, if a admin has properly configured all the system infomation and confirm, the timer will be set to next period and if the admin want to re-enter the configure page,he will get a negative response.
But when i clicked my applet's tree menu link,it just returned my previous configure page.The browser seems not to retrieve the page again but use the cache.
Any one can help me?It is very very urgent!
 
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address of web site of your school ???
 
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i just think that the showDocument()method doesnot has the function of properly reload a page. It just take the page it previously visited.
 
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No One can help me?
 
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hi,
you can try "no-cache" directive for the pages you don't want the browser to cache...
there are multiple options for this cache header specification..
1. META tag - <META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache">
please look into no-cache header for html pages on google to see if you can find more..
i guess it is the browser/html issue rather than applet showing the page issue..
regards
maulin
 
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hi,could you tell me how to use this meta tag?
 
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