Sometimes the browser loads the CGI page sometimes it doesn't

There seems to be no ryme or reason to this but I have a web site with a button that runs a CGI via javascript.  I put an alert just before the window.open(openURL,'DPW1');  and it always gets there its just that sometimes it loads and sometimes it doen't.  I have determined that if I set the browser to check for new versions of a page ever visit it works.  But I really have no way of making users change their settings.  I have tried imbedding a refresh and get complaints about the message about it resublitting the data..  I have also tried META tags <META HTTP-EQUIV="Expires" CONTENT="-1"><META HTTP-EQUIV="Pragma" CONTENT="no-cache"><META HTTP-EQUIV="Cache-Control" CONTENT="no-cache">
I am running apache on an AS/400 and was wondering if there is a server setting to force this.  Any ideas whould be helpful

thanks,
John
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sleep_furiouslyCommented:
What version of Apache on AS/400?  If you are using the one supplied by IBM, in the web console you can set the Expires header for your HTTP server at:

Server Properties > HTTP Responses > Expires Header
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