I am using the script as below. I did have "reponse.Expires = 0" in the asp
that included the .js file. I took that out but that didnt help at all. I
still see no .js files in my cache and my IIS logs show the "Get" on the .js
files getting a 200 status (Sent ok). I even tried setting my refresh page
to "never" in IE5.5 (which I dont want) and rebooting. When I tried again,
just visiting the same page refreshed my cache very randomly. Every 2 or 3
times it would do a succesful get even though the page hadnt changed, and I
still didnt see any .js files in there. I'm starting to think somehow the
.js files are only getting loaded into Memory since I searched my drives and
found no relevant local .js files. I know there are ways around this problem
(hidden frames, and includes) but I just want to figure out how this thing
works. The scant documentation Ive seen just says that it works but doesnt
say how exactly it needs to be set up. Does anyone have this working and if
you do, do you actually see .js files in your cahce?? Does anyone know the
specific location of any extensive MS documentation about this?
Also, has anyone tried putting .js files into a .jar file and including
that? I'd be curious to know if it works like a .cab file that has activeX
objects in it (downloaded once until a new version is specified).
> I don't know what's different, but all my .JS files are in my cache. I
> they are because I have to use F5-refresh or Right-Click->refresh to get
> new versions w/o closing and reopening the browser.
> Unless your syntax was abreviated.. I use
> > > ...Is there something I'm missing or is all the
> > > documentation I've seen just wrong?
> > Your observations mesh with mine. I eventually came to the conclusion
> > includes are a better approach, since .js files don't really get cached,
> > there's no way for your JS to load out of sequence when using includes.
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