|Date: ||Thu, 17 May 2001 08:28:22 +0200|
|Reply-To: ||Robert Nehez <rnez@MEMO.IKEA.COM>|
|Sender: ||"SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>|
|From: ||Robert Nehez <rnez@MEMO.IKEA.COM>|
|Subject: ||Re: SAS/IntrNet Sessions|
No, the browser back button is not used. All I do is to first create a
session. Then I assign my SAVE_ variables, build a link to the next sas
program and publish it all on a web pages. So far all good. But when I click
on the link the SAVE_ variables change so when they are displayed on the
next page they have taken on the values of the next hierarchy levels!
don.henderson@US.PWCGLOBAL.COM wrote in message ...
>Is the browser Back button used? Consider, for example, entering at Region,
>and drilling the Country. Country is set as the SAVE variable. If you then
>use the Browser back button, and if the page is read from your browser's
>cache, and you then drill again, the SAS session will think the prior
>session entered at Country (because it did). In general you need to be
>careful when using the browser navigation keys. In cases such as this,
>consider passing a variable in the generated URL which is the level you are
>at in the hierarchy, and use the SAVE variables to preserve the values for
>the next level.