[Seaside] URL link and caching

Damon Anderson damon@spof.net
Tue, 19 Mar 2002 10:39:47 -0600

Julian Fitzell writes:
 > Hmm... as I added to the bug... why don't I see this behaviour?
 > I use IE 6.0.2600 on WinXP for all my Seaside development. I
 > occasionaly see problems when I first start working but it's only
 > ever been on one of our contracts that uses database stuff... I can
 > open any other seaside application and I've never seen this problem?
 > Could it be my proximity to the server (same LAN segment) ?

I'm also using 6.0.2600, but on Win2k. I was also doing the testing on a
LAN, on loopback in most cases, so I don't know why you didn't see it. I
also only tried it with tutorial, I didn't test any other applications.
It doesn't seem like it would make any difference if it's indeed a false
redirect loop detection, but maybe I'll dig a bit more the next time I'm
in front of Squeak.

Btw, I tried adding a delay to the redirects before I modified
#invalidSessionFor:, but I had to go all the way up to 4 seconds before
it made a difference. Obviously unacceptable.