IIS Problem refreshing asp pages

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Hi to everybody,
I have a big trouble with my IIS 5.0 in my Windows XP :
when I modify a .asp page it doesn't work with my changes, but I have to restart IIS each time I modify each .asp file, and abviously I cannot work this way ...
what can I do ? I don't know how to start solving this problem.

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That could be a huge number of things...

One question... are you doing database work?

Are you closing your loops?

more to the point, do you have an rs.movenext call in any loop that is going through a recordset?

I do that all the time... =]

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Thinking that it might be simpler than that Carnix. Might just need to disable cache:

http://www.webhelpinghand.com/iis_admin ... eaders.htm

i.e. Content expiration.
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Yeah... I may have misunderstood why he's restarting IIS. I got the impressiong it was hanging... maybe not on second read.

Hold CTRL when you click refresh.. that forces IE to ignore it's cache... usually (95% of the time... stupid IE). I've run into this same issue myself before. Usually I've found it's my browser, not IIS. Bouncing IIS is just forcing IE to start a new session, when means usually it requests new stuff from the server. Sometimes IE forgets and uses it's cache no matter what. Usually, clearing the cache and closing ALL instances of IE will do the trick, although I've been forced to restart my machine too. If you leave for 15 minutes and come back, you'll usually see the new updates... because your IIS session timed out...

ATNO's idea might work out for you. I haven't thought of that approach before. I dont know how well IE actually obeys those rules though, since it's up to IE whether to use the files on the server, or those in it's cache.

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