Hi, I have a problem with my applet. My applet load the image in the applet using double buffering with name image.jpg (first page). This image is sotre on the server and picked by my applet. Then i give the user, facility to crop the image and add color to the image if he finds it neccessary. This is done by calling different applet. After this, user has to save the image, which is again saved with the same name on the server, i.e. image.jpg. But when i again try to open the image loading page( first page), it displays me the old image only within the applet and not the new modified image. I guess, this is happening because browser has cached my previous first page applet. I can only see the modified image when i click on the refresh bustton on the browser. Is there any solution for this, so that user shouldnt be doing refresh each time he modified the image?
I don't think it's the browser caching the image, because the Sun JVM uses its own networking code (which may have a chache, too, I'm not sure). Is the server actually accessed the second time? Maybe it is, but responds with a 304, signalling that it thinks the file hasn't changed.
Ok !! something I am getting in this>>. I have one more problem ... can i call another applet from first applet and pass some of the variables of first applet to this called applet. And does it mean that i m loading next applet within the same first applet?
currently my applet is communicating with PHP/html . So i get data from php file which passes me param names containing photoimage.jpg with its path. After this, my applet is loaded which takes those param names and picks the photoimage from stored location mentined in the path. This applet has save button inorder to save the image. Also there are html buttons like "Proceed" and "Edit Image". If user wants to edit image for enhancements, he clicks on the "Edit Image" link which loads another applet in the same browser window which helps the user to perform photoimage enhancement task like changing color and giving effects. Here also within an applet theres is save button which saves the enhanced image. The new enhanced image is also saved as photoimage.jpg in the same location replacing old file. So when user comes back to the first page, using html link, the first applet is loaded. But the image shown here is still the old unmodified photoimage.jpg and not the new. If i check the image which is saved on the server in the path, the new modified image is shown. If i close the browser and then start the operation all over again, then this time the new image is loaded, which is quiet obvious. Somehow i want the browser to load the new image wthout refreshing or closing it.
Thanks for your suggestion... currently we are now saving the image with different name so that, theres no caching problem. Also using http instead of direct file resource. I am not finding the proper topic to search in the link, you have provided.
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