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ie7 Webpage has expired message, using back button
Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. ie7 Webpage has expired message, using back button
  Marcelo
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  Oct 5, 2007 @ 12:05pm
Hello,

Last few weeks I am experiencing problems with IE7: when I submit a request to query recors on fox pro (using type POST in the form action), this list returns as output lots of records in a list; when I click view in a record it goes to the view page, and then if I hit the Internet Explorer 7 back button to go back to the list of records, the IE displays a page with the message:

Webpage has expired
Most likely cause:
The local copy of this webpage is out of date, and the website requires that you download it again.

What you can try:
Click on the Refresh button on the toolbar to reload the page. After refreshing, you might need to navigate to the specific webpage again, or re-enter information.


This message was not being dislplayed till few weeks ago. And I tested on Firefox and older versions of IE and the message does not come up either, so it seems to be a issue with IE7.

Can somebody help (I am using webconnection 4.6)?

Thanks,
Marcelo

Gravatar is a globally recognized avatar based on your email address. Re: ie7 Webpage has expired message, using back button
  Rick Strahl
  Marcelo
  Oct 5, 2007 @ 02:32pm

You're probably forcing your page to expire when you send it back (FORCE RELOAD maybe - or otherwise adding an expires header). If you do this back and refresh may not work - this is standard HTTP behavior. If you want REFRESH to always work don't expire or force the content.

+++ Rick ---


Hello,

Last few weeks I am experiencing problems with IE7: when I submit a request to query recors on fox pro (using type POST in the form action), this list returns as output lots of records in a list; when I click view in a record it goes to the view page, and then if I hit the Internet Explorer 7 back button to go back to the list of records, the IE displays a page with the message:

Webpage has expired
Most likely cause:
The local copy of this webpage is out of date, and the website requires that you download it again.

What you can try:
Click on the Refresh button on the toolbar to reload the page. After refreshing, you might need to navigate to the specific webpage again, or re-enter information.


This message was not being dislplayed till few weeks ago. And I tested on Firefox and older versions of IE and the message does not come up either, so it seems to be a issue with IE7.

Can somebody help (I am using webconnection 4.6)?

Thanks,
Marcelo




Rick Strahl
West Wind Technologies

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