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Cache Problem

 
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problem with response.setDateHeader("Expires", ...)
I included the line response.setDateHeader("Expires", System.currentTimeMillis() + 60000); in my servlet to clear my cache after 1 min.
When I did this with weblogic5.1 server it immediately clears my cache, if I try the same with Pramati Server it is working fine.
Can anyone help me to achieve the same in weblogic5.1

Thanx in advance
Senthil
 
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Let's move this to the WebLogic Forum and see if they know of anything.
 
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