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Hi all!
I am working with an application that involves multi-page forms. To prevent the user backing up, each jsp includes
response.addDateHeader("Expires", 0);
However the application uses a dhtml menu that needs Netscape to reload the page whenever the browser is resized. As the page is reloading, it first displays an error page:
Data Missing
This document resulted from a POST operation blah blah...
and then after several seconds, the correct page is reloaded. Is there any way to prevent this error page from displaying? Other than removing either the dhtml or the no-cache functionality?
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