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Jim Johnson

02-24-2012 13:17:04

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Why when you do a search does it not go back to that search? It always says page has expired and the search has to be started all over again. Kind of frustrating when searching for something, takes a lot longer. Didn't use to be that way as I remember.


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Jim in Sask

03-03-2012 08:10:35

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 Re: searching in reply to GB in MT., 02-24-2012 13:17:04  
I always get "page expired" when I hit the back button as well. Hit the refresh button once and it comes up like it should.

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03-03-2012 06:58:37

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 Re: searching in reply to GB in MT., 02-24-2012 13:17:04  

I don't get that on any of the machines I have available, but I always run default settings for history and cache on browsers. The page expires in your browsers cache, meaning it deletes it off your disk drive rather than saving it like it would be default, then since that is the output of a web form, it's got some setting to tell it to not ask our server again. I can't say much about how those settings are done since they are different on different browsers.
One thing you could do to see if this is your browser, is to fire up another browser. For example, if you are using Internet Explorer, try Firefox or Chrome and the problem will most likely disappear. Most likely it is browser settings for cache or history. If so, changing the cache size up (or turning it on if it's off) should fix the problem. There could be other settings too that let you say what types of pages to cache and what types to drop, but again it's dependent on what type of browser you use.
Depending on browser, this could also happen because of a security setting. Some may have options that prevent web form output from being cached. That is set up that way for online purchases or anytime someone is concerned that someone else will walk up to their computer and look through the history of their browsing. This is all dependent on the browser too, but on one browser, it's called "Private Browsing" and if it's on, you can't redisplay any output from a web form. It will expire all such pages immediately.


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02-25-2012 11:24:20

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 Re: searching in reply to GB in MT., 02-24-2012 13:17:04  
Here is the scenario I used. It must be different than what you guys are doing.
1. I enter D14 up in the search for: box up in the upper right corner of the page, press the red Go button.

2. The page redisplays with the first page of 3300+ entries. I open the first one, read it and press back. The first page shows up again.
3. I scroll down and press Next Page, and the next 25 or so entries show up, I'll click one on that page and do the same, read the post then press the back arrow. The second page redisplays.

4. Press the next page again and it goes to the third page where I do the same thing again.
If either of you followed that sequence, would it cause the error you are talking about, or is the sequence different you are using (like going to the search another way).

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Jim Johnson

03-03-2012 04:59:47

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 Re: searching in reply to YTSupport, 02-25-2012 11:24:20  
I'm sorry for my not responding sooner, been gone.

Whenever I hit my back button it says page has expired. I just tried what you said and it did it again. I can go to next page when I scroll down but if I click on a topic and then click back it goes to "Webpage has expired". Every time.

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02-25-2012 11:09:35

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 Re: searching in reply to GB in MT., 02-24-2012 13:17:04  
I have had that happen to me also, I just hit refresh a couple of times and it returns you to your search results.

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02-24-2012 13:43:48

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 Re: searching in reply to GB in MT., 02-24-2012 13:17:04  

I haven't seen that before. I'll try to recreate it. If it doesn't do it for me, you'll have to let me know what browser and revision you are using. You can do that by email if you like.



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