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Frames not working properly in Netscape 6.2  RSS feed

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I have 3 frames in my HTML page, the top 2 frames
always will have HTML stuffs and the 3rd frame will have either a PDF or HTML document..

Frame 1 is my portal LOGO... HTML page
Frame 2 is also HTML
Frame3 is the target frame for FORM in Frame2
Frame3 is initilally loaded with a blank.html
and it has form which has a submit button when the user clicks on the button I call my servlet which creates either a pdf or html document and it goes to Frame 3
the problem is after my user clicks on the button I render him the report and if he goes to someother url and tries to comeback using browser BACK button..
Frame2 is refreshed... and Frame3 is not

content in THIRD frame... remains the same
do you have any idea?
This problem exists only in Netscape 6.2 not in IE
Your help is highly appreciated
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im not sure exactly with a frame but something along the lines of
window.location.reload() ?
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