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Regarding to retain hidden variable on click of browser back button

 
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Hi,

In my application I have a hidden variable is jsp file whose value is getting set in Javascript file.
The page has one hyperlink, on click of it a new page is getting open.

Problem : On click of hyperlink new page opens but on click of browser back button the value of hidden variable is getting reset.
I have to retain the value which set in Javascript file.

note : I can't go for session or cookie.

Please any one help.

Thanks in advance
 
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Is the hidden field value dynamic?
 
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yeah. I javascript file depending upon some condition we are changing the hidden value. and on click of browser back button we want to retain this value
 
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If the value is dynamic, I don't think without using session or cookies, it's possible. Because every time the page is loaded, the script gets executed to populate the hidden field.
 
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