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Topic: PDF caching (Via Email)
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 37951
From: Henry
Date: 4/4/2002 10:50 PM

Hi All,

We are experiencing problems with Reports 6i viewed through the Web in pdf
format. Users are clicking on a drill down within the report and accessing
the input form. They are then inputting data through the input form and are
clicking back to the report to find the figures have not changed. This is
also the case if the user exits out of the report and then clicks on the
link to the report.

Is there any way that this problem can be overcome? I need to find a way to
ensure that the user sees a new report each time he clicks on the report
without changing their browser settings/asking the user to hit refresh every
time. I have already tried to overcome the problem through reducing the
cachesize on the server to 0.

Thanks in advance,


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