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how does one expire WDP pages?

In traditional HTML, there is a tag that allows us to expire the html page so that a browser can therefore re-fetch the HTML page from a web server

Is there a same concept in WDP? We're finding that sometimes, when the browser has a large cache, it does not re-fetch the page from the app server so we're trying to expire the page

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    Posted on Dec 25, 2004 at 10:14 AM

    Hi Yew

    Would you be able to describe in more detail the scenario in which this occurs

    Regards

    Pran

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      we have an application which we find that if a user's browser cache is set as quite large, sometimes the browser would not fetch a new WDP page because it assumes that the page in its cache is already there.

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