Enable Content Expiration: Immediate

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by TR, May 23, 2005.

  1. TR

    TR Guest

    If mypage.aspx is set to expire immediately using the management console
    page properties dialog, HttpHeaders tab,

    -- does the expiration setting take effect as soon as the dialog changes are
    applied?

    Assuming mypage.aspx is the first in a sequence of pages, and
    mysecondpage.aspx comes after it, if the immediate expiration setting is in
    effect, should clicking on the Back button on mysecondpage.aspx, to return
    to mypage.aspx, cause mypage.aspx to be reloaded (and its Page_Load event in
    codebehind to fire?)

    Thanks
    TR
     
    TR, May 23, 2005
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