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Gurinder Singh

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No, there is no difference. I am using the same browser.

Actually, the application is deployed on Linux system and is exposed as public IP. Using that public IP, I am running the application on my PC (Windows XP, IE 7.0).
[ March 22, 2007: Message edited by: Gurinder Singh ]
14 years ago
Hi,

In my current project, I am having a Servlet that loads data to an Excel file, so that user can store on to his/her local machine.
When the application is run, the Servlet executes first time, and the file is created with obtained data. After this whenever the operation is performed, the Servlet
is not executed and the same data is retrieved; i.e. the data is not getting refreshed and user downloads old data each and every time.

This is happening only in Linux system, in Windows this is working fine.

Please Help.

Regards,
Gurinder Singh
14 years ago
Hi,

In my current project, I am having a Servlet that loads data to an Excel file, so that user can store on to his/her local machine.
When the application is run, the Servlet executes first time, and the file is created with obtained data. After this whenever the operation is performed, the Servlet
is not executed and the same data is retrieved; i.e. the data is not getting refreshed and user downloads old data each and every time.

This is happening only in Linux system, in Windows this is working fine.

Please Help.

Regards,
Gurinder Singh
14 years ago