IE refresh button in classic asp

i am working with classic asp,when i refresh my main page ,its working fine but my child page(ie when i submit main page and move to next page),when i try to refresh child page i am getting this error.

 "To display the webpage again, Internet Explorer needs to resend the information you have previously submitted. If you were making a purchse, you should click Cancel to avoid a duplicate transaction. Otherise, click Retry to display the webpage again."

How to refresh page without getting this message
thanks in advance
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Ivo StoykovConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Hi tracy_p

Obviously this child is a form. you could use form.submit() event because the contents of this child in in response of this form submit.

I doubt how useful will be this because this means to re-submit contents on each refresh.


Peter HartConnect With a Mentor Commented:
you can't avoid it if that  page has dynamic data and needs to re-retrieve the data (ie a form requesting stuff to make the page up)
jcimarronConnect With a Mentor Commented:
tracy_p--That message may not be an error message, but a notice from the webpage what is going to happen if you refresh.  
Why are you trying to refresh?  Perhaps better to open a new instance of IE?
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Peter HartCommented:
yes, sorry-  to clear up the messge - its not an error  message, it is information allowing you to cancel or contiunue
tracy_pAuthor Commented:
But for other who are working with me.not getting that message.
only i am getting.
please is there any code to solve it or do i need to remove some thing in my code.

Peter HartCommented:
see the solution here:

it explains how to recode your form to stop this.
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