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JavaScript caching issue on IIS6


I am experiencing the same issue as described in the follower post. http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread125894.html But the post has no answer and I have not been able to resolve this issue for some time now.

Any help would be welcome,

Sep 18 '07 #1
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If this is a client-side javascript page, why are you asking the question in an asp forum? We have both an IIS forum and a javascript forum, either of those would seem to be better locations for your question. Or do you have reason to believe this is an asp problem?

Sep 18 '07 #2
The link he posted cites a problem with Javascript not caching in ASP code... I think he appropriately placed the question...

Now onto solving it... I have no clue!

That's a weird problem... maybe try restart the IIS server whenever you do a big update on the javascript files?

It might even be a Windows server issue to do with caching those javscript files in the folder you're serving them from.
Sep 19 '07 #3

Yes the original post was in the ASP forums, so I figured I would go the same route.

I will also post this in the IIS forums, but I do not think this would usefull in the Javascript forums.

Something I forgot to mention that was not in the original post was that when I recycle the Application Pool, the pages will update correctly. Obviously restarting IIS or the server would do the same thing, but recycling the app pool is the quickest and easiest way of doing it, but still a big issue since none of our programers are able to do this.

I have done quite a few things on the IIS part, so I am starting to run out of ideas there. Some of the things I have tried was to disable Lazy propagation http://support.microsoft.com/kb/332075
and also set CacheControlCustom="no-cache" for the entire web site.
Note, this does not happen with IIS5, so yea I guess I will go post this in the IIS forums.

Thank you
Sep 19 '07 #4

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