I really hope this is possible, but I have yet to figure it
out. We currently have code in our pages to disable browser caching
of our web pages. However we have an issue with filled out pdfs
being cached which allows sensitive data to be stored in the
temporary internet files. I am not sure if cfcache is the answer?
If anyone knows how i can manage to do this no caching of our
pdfs.. i would really appreciate the help. Thanks!
what is the primary requirement. if you are thinking of
securing the page, then the user can able to save the PDF's by
clicking on the Save button when then open up the PDF's File. then
you cant get the security at this situation.
just an idea..
The primary requirement is to ensure that the pdf isn't
cached whatsoever or that it gets flushed from the cash. The pdfs
are created using fdfmerge and placed into an i frame on our site.
The issue is that we have customers that have multiple people on
the same pc doing the same thing and we don't want them to be able
to go into our temp files folder and seeing a pdf that was filled
out by the last person and thus retrivieving ssns etc. I hope that