I have a page, that is the result of a post. When I "view source" or "Print" this page I get this in Netscape:
Data Missing This document resulted from a POST operation and has expired from the cache. If you wish you can repost the form data to recreate the document by pressing the reload button.
All I want is the ability to Print the page.
From what information I have found, this can be fixed by using a "Get" or by setting the expiry to some date in the future. However neither if these is an option (it is a page that is created in xsl, and posted to a servlet), and the page is a result from a payment.
Apparently it is caused by Netscape wanting to retrieve the source from the server again, as the page was the result of a post, and as such not cached.
Any suggestions on how to be able to get the page to print (without reposting the page) would be much appreciated.
I've run into this before. My solution was to kick a meta refresh on the generated page to another page. If you have those tech skills, generate a static page at the same time you generate their receipt page. Then just insert the meta refresh to the static page. That make sense?