Caching problem with revlets
wow at together.net
Thu Dec 3 17:58:53 EST 2009
Thanks. I only wish I knew what you are talking about! I will read the
The revlet is stored on a GoDaddy server. Is that apache? Can I do the
things you suggest, given where it is stored?
Martin Baxter wrote:
> a you are using apache
> b mod_expires is installed
> c you can use .htaccess files
> Then you should be able to use expires directives in an .htaccess file
> to inhibit cacheing based on media type (extension).
> I don't know if that will work, I haven't tried it, but I think it has
> more chance than cache control meta tags, which are known to be
> ineffective IIRC. It's the way I would try and do it anyway.
> Also, possibly helpful article on cacheing generally:
> Martin Baxter
> Richard Miller wrote:
>> I really need help with this one.
>> To get at the heart of a few problems, I just put some code into my
>> revlet to check that when a user opens my revlet, this person actually
>> has the latest version. Just got word from one user (Vista + IE) that
>> the revlet he recently accessed was an older version. So caching is
>> taking place.
>> This code doesn't do the job:
>> <META Http-Equiv="Cache-Control" Content="no-cache">
>> <META Http-Equiv="Pragma" Content="no-cache">
>> <META Http-Equiv="Expires" Content="0">
>> Richard Miller
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