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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 6709] - Images on protected areas have not "Last modified" header
Date Mon, 04 Mar 2002 23:54:50 GMT
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Images on protected areas have not "Last modified" header





------- Additional Comments From jemiller@uchicago.edu  2002-03-04 23:54 -------
Regarding Jonathan Pierce's comments. That's what I tried as well. Only, I 
think you also have to set the expires header as well. That worked for 
Netscape 6 and Internet Explorer 6, but, not for Netscape 4. i.e. with 
Netscape 4, if there is an expires header, even if it's blank, it expires the 
page.

Currently, I'm no longer having the problem though (I'm using the 2002-02-28 
nightly build). I think Remy put some conditional code in 
AuthenticatorBase.java so that it only sets those headers if you're not using 
SSL. i.e. if isSecure() is false. In my case, I am using SSL. So, I'm OK now. 
Thanks Remy.

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