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Seeing wierd action behavior

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Hi All,
I am seeing a strange behavior that I haven't seen before. I have a html:link on my page that directs the user to a javascript method. This method sets a form value and then submits the form.

What is wierd is that in debugging, I see that i do get to the action that I would expect, the action re-gets the data that was just being viewed on the page (but in a differant order), sets this data onto the form, and then redirects back to the same page. When the page is rendered however, I do not see it in the newly sorted order, I just see the last version of the data.

So, it looks like I get to action, get new data, set new data to form, but the jsp doesnt seem to use the form data, it keeps the "old" data.

Does this sound familiar to any one?
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This could be due to the browser caching your page. Try specifying:

in your struts-config.xml file and see if that fixes it.

Note: Don't forget to restart the server after making this change.
[ April 23, 2007: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]
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