I would be interested to know about this as well, and especially if anyone has a good way to block phone caching. The problem I am currently having is with pages that are constantly refreshing with data but are being cached in the handset.
I have added a random number to the URLs but the first page the phone accesses has already been cached so the subsequent random URLs have also been previously accessed and so I am getting cached versions.
I am writing this for Docomo, Au and vodafone in Japan so if anyone can point me in the right direction I would be most grateful.
Ken Chang <carigate_at_yahoo.com> wrote:
hi, I'm thinking of cache control and would like to learn if anyone
has a good, clear practice guide, and for phone browsers Openwave,
Nokia, ACCESS, Panasonic, Opera, ..., Microsoft.
caching was one of the major browser features required by DoCoMo for
the original i-mode. I would prefer as much caching as possible.
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