Framework / Procedure:
When running, Flash will run ASP.NET program. ASP.NET then
extracts data from the database and generates a XML file for Flash.
Flash reads the XML file and parse it into a readable format
for the users.
When Flash displays the XML content and user leaves/exits the
webpage, this process creates a change in the database.
Then if this Flash function is executed again, ASP.NET
generates a new XML file, but Flash still displays the old XML
We discovered that when IE's "Temorary Internet Files"
setting is set to AUTO, the above problem would occure, we suspect
this is related to IE cache.
Is there any way to resolve this Flash cache problem?
When you call the asp.net app you need to append a unique
identifier to the call so the browser won't think hey I already
have that file. Example:
This is a good idea. But what if my flash is called with an
ocx and not called directly by the browser.
The temporary Internetfiles Folder will grow and grow and
I startet my App with a c-application and now have millions
of files in the temp internet cache folder.
I have no website where I can enter the no-cache pragma... So
does anybody know how to call my flash app with parameters so it
It should be possible to tell the flashplayer not to cache
without this html meta tags!