not an ideal solution by any means,but i had a similar
problem creating images on the fly with php.the browser
was always showing the cached version.
so i used time() to add a variable to the querystring ,which
would always be unique,
to trick the browser into going back to the server to reparse the page.i.e.
$now = time();
not ideal but it worked - i had no luck with adding any
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>> 1. Konqueror cache: PHP problems (Kevin Donnelly)
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> From: Kevin Donnelly <kevin at dotmon.com>
> Reply-To: kevin at dotmon.com> To: webdev at linux.ie> Date: Wed, 11 Sep 2002 13:40:28 +0000
> Subject: [Webdev] Konqueror cache: PHP problems
>> I'm having some interesting issues with Konqueror 3.0.1 (on SuSE 8.0).
> Basically, after a lot of head-scratching, it appears that PHP pages of
> form pagename.php?variable1=x&variable2=y get cached somewhere even if
> has been emptied and turned off. The app I had developed using Konq 2.2.1
> SuSE 7.3) didn't work at all properly with Konq in 8.0 - repeat visits to
> particular pages threw up the previous versions instead of having them
> generated afresh, which played havoc with form submissions.
>> I would be quite prepared to believe that my PHP scripting is not of the
> except that it used to run sweetly with the previous version, and Moz
> with Edit > Preferences > Advanced > Cache set to "Every time I view the
> page", runs it fine now (as does IE).
>> This seems to me very much like a bug from a development point of view,
> do note (http://www.kde.org/announcements/changelog3_0_1to3_0_2.html) that
> kdelibs in KDE 3.0.2 lists "fixes related to form posts and cache
> as one of the improvements. But before I log this as a bug with KDE and
> chewed for it, has anyone else come across this / know anything more about
> it? Or is anyone able to confirm that the fixes were in fact aimed at
>> Message: 2
> Subject: Re: [Webdev] Konqueror cache: PHP problems
> From: Nick Murtagh <nickm at go2.ie>
> To: webdev at linux.ie> Date: 11 Sep 2002 19:02:17 +0100
>> On Wed, 2002-09-11 at 14:40, Kevin Donnelly wrote:
> > Hi
> > I'm having some interesting issues with Konqueror 3.0.1 (on SuSE 8.0).
> > Basically, after a lot of head-scratching, it appears that PHP pages of
> > form pagename.php?variable1=x&variable2=y get cached somewhere even if
> > has been emptied and turned off. The app I had developed using Konq
>> What HTTP headers are being sent by the server? There should something
> like "cache-control: no-cache" for HTTP 1.1. If these aren't being sent,
> you can always add them manually... If they are being sent and the
> browser doesn't respect them it's definitely a bug.
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