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Cache setting on IHS

 
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Originally posted: 2007 Aug 16 01:32 PM
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Subject : Need to enable Cache expiration on browser through IHS - IBM HTTP Server

In my existing application there are around 200 JSPs pages. In some JSPs, we are setting cache expiration time in the header. And for the remaining JSPs, we want to enable cache expiration on the IHS without touching the code. Below is my questions.

1. Is there a way to enable cache expiration on IHS? Probably Yes.
2. If YES, how can we retain/preserve cache expiration, set by application? i.e. if JSPs has cache expiration time use that time or IHS will set the cache expiration time on the JSPs.

Please suggest.
 
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