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Data Missing error

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Hi guys
I have a jsp page which takes some parameters from the user when i submit the page i check for some errors and if there are no errors then forward it to another page
Now if i use the browsers back button to go 1 step back it gives me an error
"Data Missing !!!
This document resulted from a POST operation and has expired from the cache. If you wish you can repost the form data to recreate the document by pressing the reload button. "

Then if i again click on Back button of browser then it takes me to the previous page
Can anyone tell me why is it so
Is it bcoz of the Forward tag
And plz can anyone tell me a solution for this
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Hi Ms. Sameera
I think problem is not with JSP or Forward tag.
I think problem may be with the META tag using in your html code..If you use 'content=no-cache' attribute in META tag 'DATA MISSING' message will come in Netscape browser..
If you remove that your problem will be solved..

If still there is a problem you can mail me your code to my mailID
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Sreerama Raju
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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