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From "Joshua Slive" <jos...@slive.ca>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Want to avoid 304 error
Date Mon, 23 Jul 2007 14:15:42 GMT
On 7/23/07, Bello Martinez Sergio <serbel@televes.es> wrote:
> Thanks again, Joshua.
> You are right, it's my application that set 'must-revalidate' header.
> But it's not the problem, I've deleted it and all works exactly the same.
> I suspect the 304 return code is the reason because Firefox set
> '1970-01-01 01:00:00 (already expired)" expiry date, and not that header.
> I've found a "half-solution". If I use a 'Header append Cache-Control
> "max-age=something"' , Apache inserts this header in response, even if
> return code is 304 (until now I've used only 'ExpiresByType' to set
> cache-related headers).
> In this case, if Internet Explorer 6.0 receives max-age header, it
> updates correctly cache-entry expiry time, but Firefox still updates it
> to '1970-01-01 01:00:00 '. I'll search a litte more....

I'd like to see full request/response headers for these cases
(original and 304), because I can't really believe that MSIE and
firefox are broken enough to not properly update their cache on a 304
in the typical case.

Joshua.

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