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Thread: Problems with fake query XML refresh method

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    Problems with fake query XML refresh method

    Have any of you ever had problems with the common technique of forcing an XML to not cache by passing a randomly generated fake query string in the url?

    I just switched hosts and uploaded a site to the new servers. I noticed that where ever I used that fake query string technique the XML isn't loading.

    Are there any server settings which can potentially make the fake query string method fail?

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    Do you get a timeout error or something?
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