I'm having a problem with an asp.net 3.0 application using a gridview to display data. The problem seems to be that despite a brand new .selectCommand being sent to the sqlDataSource, the gridview starts displaying data from *someone else's*
query. For example, user A is logged in and will be working fine until a few page submissions later when the gridview data starts suddenly showing information that belongs to another user.
This is my first asp.net application, though I've been working with classic asp and ADO for years so I'm used to sending a SQL string and getting back the results from that string. Apparently there is a complex caching system which is interferring
which I do not at all understand so at this point I just want to stop the server from caching any data whatsoever. Is this possible?
Any and all help will be much appreciated!!
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