Application definition and xml caching in IE and FF
|Reported by:||pdeschamps||Owned by:||madair|
|External ID:||Operating System:||All|
I am sure we all have noticed how IE and FF seems to really want to use the "cached" copy of a requested XML file.
This is the same issue for ApplicationDefinition?.xml
You can add request headers to force it so the xml is not cached.
It looks like scriptaculous also supports sending a setRequestHeader with the reqHeader parameter.
In a normal httpGetReq you would just have to add: request.setRequestHeader('If-Modified-Since', 'Sat, 1 Jan 2000 00:00:00 GMT');