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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.
On this page [developer.netscape.com] Netscape says:
...this happens, if the document is dynamically generated in response to the POST data and if it contains the pragma no-cache header/metatag.
Even an O'Reilly forum came up with no fix for this bit of business, sorry to say.
Ah wells, back to the "All nutscrape users must be shot" solution ;)
If I find a work around, I'll let you know.