increasing caching in Classic ASP page

I have a range of textboxes at the foot of an Classic ASP page.

<input type="text" name="piccoXML" value="<%=crmxml.xml%>" />

'crmxml.xml' is an XML document, with the following text inside it:

<VolaroFareReply><VolaroOption>...........and so on....

My problem is the XML file is quite large, and when i click <- BACK in the browser it doesnt cache the page.
I cant go back basically.

Is there a way to get around this?

Picco
crmpiccoAsked:
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kevp75Commented:
<%
Response.Expires = X
%>

set X to a number in seconds
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crmpiccoAuthor Commented:
can i request to have this question deleted please - thankj you
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kevp75Commented:
You would have to request this in the support part of the site, however I would object to this.
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crmpiccoAuthor Commented:
can i request to have this question deleted please - thankj you
fuck
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kevp75Commented:
You can.

You will have to request it to be deleted in the support part of this site.  By clicking on the 'Support' link above.

You will have to start a quesiton there and ask to get this one deleted.

I will be objecting that your points get refunded, however because I have answered your question.
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kevp75Commented:
I am going to have to object, as I have answered the question.
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