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From Slava Bizyayev <>
Subject RE: Eagle book, $r->internal_redirect, and IE 6.0 showing same image every time
Date Fri, 01 Jul 2005 13:33:12 GMT
On Thu, 2005-06-30 at 22:52, David Christensen wrote:
> 1.  Make a mod_perl call that tells the browser not to cache the
>     upcoming document.  (Does such a call exist?)

Take a look at Expires HTTP header. See rfc2616 for additional details.

> 2.  Make a mod_perl call that tells the browser that the upcoming
>     document is newer than the last one requested (I might be able to
>     implement this idea using time(), update_mtime(), and
>     set_last_modified(), but it seems like a crude hack).

Sounds like an unnecessary hack. I would better pay more attention to
possible proxies somewhere on network... See Vary * HTTP header for

Hope this helps,
Slava Bizyayev
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