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Re: Why IE loads images from server evenif images are in cache?

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  • an_unusual_id
    are you pulling from the server using a secure connection (https)? if so, it is a known IE bug/interpretation. basically because it is secure content (even the
    Message 1 of 2 , Sep 5, 2007
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      are you pulling from the server using a secure connection (https)?
      if so, it is a known IE bug/interpretation. basically because it is
      secure content (even the artwork) IE believes they shouldn't be cached.

      --- In ydn-javascript@yahoogroups.com, "hp.hiren" <hiren_01it@...> wrote:
      >
      > Hi,
      >
      >
      > I am using Treeview in my application.
      > Treeview page is autorefresh page it refreshes automatically after 2
      > minutes and Treeview also maintains the states of the nodes when it
      > refreshes.
      > So whenever Treeview page refreshes(automatically or manually)
      > whatever nodes are previously opened remains open and closed nodes
      > remains in close state.
      >
      > And it works fine in Firefox but in IE it creates problem.
      >
      > I have 1000 nodes in Treeview and each node has image and label.
      > When Treeview page refreshes IE tries to load 1000 images from the
      > server evenif images are available in cache.
      > IE does not uses images from its cache.It takes time to load 1000
      > images from server.
      > And in status bar ie shows
      > (1000 items remaining) Downloading picture http://hiren/ART/vline.gif
      > (999 items remaining) Downloading picture http://hiren/ART/folder.gif
      > (998 items remaining) Downloading picture http://hiren/ART/tn.gif
      > (997 items remaining) Downloading picture http://hiren/ART/vline.gif
      > .
      > .
      > .
      > (1 item remaining) Downloading picture http://hiren/ART/new.gif
      >
      > This images downloading time is very long.
      > There is no such problem in Firefox.
      >
      > Please tell me why IE does not look into its own cache for iamges
      > evenif images are there in cache.
      >
      > So if anyone has any workaround please guide me.
      >
      >
      > Thanks,
      > Hiren
      >
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