Have you tried debugging? What values is the parser returning?
If you need a good web-service debugging tool, you can try Live HTTP Headers (Firefox extension) or Fiddler2 to sniff the web-service traffic. Maybe there's something you don't expect going on under-the-hood.
I suspect what is happening is that IE is returning what it is
in the local cache. I've ran into this problem a while
back - worked great everywhere but IE - same sort of
refresh approach as yours.
What I did was to append a parameter onto the HTTP
request that contains a random number. The host
ignores this parameter of course.
Every request now looks different and it will defeat
IE's lack of respect for the no-cache policy.
Are you talking about passing a simple variable through the URL?
Yes. The idea is to make every request different insome way.
Including a random number does just that.
I appreciate the help... It works fine now... This is exactly what I hate internet explorer...