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See the cacheResponse and
useCache properties of the HTMLLoader object.
Thank you for your quick respond.
I'm not sure how can I implement what you've suggested.
As I mentioned on my original post, I use Adobe AIR as a "gateway" to a special area in our website.
Which means basically that all that there is in the AIR application is an iframe.
I don't know how can I implement the cacheResponse and
useCache properties if all I have is an iframe.
If you are writing an HTML-based AIR application, you can access these as properties of the window.htmlLoader object of the parent window of the iframe. If you are wrting a SWF-based AIR application, you access these as properties of the HTMLLoader object that contains the iframe.
Our application is HTML-based and as you mentioned, adding the following lines stopped the app from caching our pages:
window.htmlLoader.cacheResponse = false;
window.htmlLoader.useCache = false;
Thank you very much for your help!
Good to hear, Uri. Glad I could help.