Howdy folks, I have a problem with apache caching. We are developing Flash applications so theres a lot of testing, changing, re-compiling, loading going on. Apache keeps caching these flash files so any changes we make arent visible as apache is obviously loading an older cached version of the same file.
I have solved this problem many months ago but we have had the hard drive with the apache config file on stolen and i cant remember the directive value for the life of me.
I know this is a case of loading the apache 'cache' module in apache and setting a directive (i assume 'CachDisable') . I want to disable caching accross all sites... so globably (we have many virtual hosts set up) but im not sure of the directive. I'm thinking its something along the lines of 'CacheDisable All' but im not even too sure where in the config file it should go.
Any help would be great and thanks in advance.