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Old March 16th, 2004, 02:10 PM
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bypassing proxy is an option, but at this point is not simple. I'd rather try to create an exception.

I'll let you know the result. Thanks for all your help. I'm the only IT person in the office, so I can't really bounce problems off someone else.

 
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Imar --

It was http caching on the proxy server.

Again, good call.

Thanks.

 
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It's always a nice treasure hunt, trying to solve issues like this, don't you think?

And while looking for the answer, you always seem to pick up another thing or two, useful in the future. Well, that's my experience anyway.

Glad it worked out.

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I read through your feed. I hope this is not off topic but the website I work with has multiple opportunities for upload & overwrite which is unacceptable.

I usually use session.sessionID as an identifier so I know that the folder or file is specific to that user then use the fso file delete to remove the object

set txtstream = fso.createtextfile("d:\xxxx\xxxx\xxxx\xxxx\"&sessi on.sessionid&".xls", true, false)

Surf

 
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hmmm... i got the same weird problem. any one can help us up?
Cached for me on all machines including the server. ...........

thanks if any idea updated

 
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lol. how funny it is!
juz after i posed, i found ways to figure tat out..
not sure correct or not, juz for ur consideration

1. Imar somehow right, easy for all, HTTP Headers tab of the Options dialog for your Web application you'll find a Content Expiration Area. Set it to Expire immediately. as he said. do it in your IIS console, simple click then works

2. If don't wat to do it, have to say, u have to change the header for ur reporting page. Response.AddHeader "Content-Disposition","fileName=mydata.csv;"
quoted from http://www.devx.com/getHelpOn/10MinuteSolution/20482 try urself
and give me feedbacks :)

BTW, any rish to change header immediately?







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