Well noted is the "data has expired" issue with Flash Forms using Coldfusion. Thanks to this forum I've learned to use the timeout attribute and it happens infrequently now.
I have a different issue with one form however. When I return to it it doesn't show the update to the data. I have to hit refresh in the browser to see my changes.
Resetting timeout to zero expires the form.
Big problem for me. Hope this has a friendly solution.l
Strangely enough that's what I'm doing. It's when I go back to see the update (click the link to view the record) it's as if the page is holding a cached page. A refresh does the trick. If i set the timer
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