This question is very common over there in the JSP forum, you should see many answers if you search it, or use Google to search for JSP cache control. As a summary, there are several cache control headers you need to add to every response sent from your server that prevent caching the page.
posted 10 years ago
i am not able to do this in internet Explorer where as it is not working file in Mozilla when i am accessing the application in different browsers
Which browser(s) is it not working in? What does it mean by 'not working?' Where are you putting that code? Have you done the search I suggested and read some of the several hundreds of threads on this subject?
You should also read this javaworld article on the subject. Make sure you also read the article referenced in the first paragraph of the provided link, since it provides the backbone for what the 'revisit' article is based on.
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