[BNM] Wot no ASP?

Wayne wayne at freelance-developer.co.uk
Wed Mar 2 12:12:16 GMT 2005


Woop, sorry prematurely sent the last post by accident. The code project article was handy but didn't really help for this particular issue.

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-----Original Message-----
From: bnmlist-bounces at brightonnewmedia.org
[mailto:bnmlist-bounces at brightonnewmedia.org]On Behalf Of Tristan Roddis
Sent: 02 March 2005 12:14
To: Brighton New Media
Subject: Re: [BNM] Wot no ASP?


On Wed, Mar 02, 2005 at 11:00:35AM -0000, Wayne wrote:
> have you enabled content expiration: expire imediately, in the HTTP headers tab?

Yup. And coded Response.Expires = 0 at the top of the page. Still no joy.

I also spent half an hour talking to Rackspace support, who suggested that it was all to do with the session state timeout value. I decreased this to 1 min from 20 mins, but it still won't stop caching my ASP content unless I rename the file and back again as mentioned before, or restart IIS (starting/stopping the website won't do it).

Come back httpd.conf all is forgiven.

-T.

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