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jonimac
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HTTP Authentication Caching

Hi,

 

Apparently you can turn off HTTP Authentication caching within the MDS:

 

http://us.blackberry.com/devjournals/resources/journals/oct_2004/understanding_mds.jsp#what_cache

 

However I cannot find where is is done & I've trawled the internet looking for guides!

 

Can anyone shed any light on how this is done?

 

Thanks,
Joni. 

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jonimac
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Re: HTTP Authentication Caching

Thanks, that's what I was afraid of!

Joni.
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