That is strange but sounds like a problem I had with another customer. The refresh should do a refresh of the page. I am curious if you change the default Webview settings that the Rhodes source uses to see if it has any effect. Do a rake clean:android after you make the changes so that it rebuilds the rhodes source and uses the changed behavior
File to change:
[folder wherre Rhodes gem is stored]/platform/android/rhodes/src/com/rhomobile/rhodes/osfunctionality/
Change ApplyWebSettings function:
Change line: settings.setCacheMode(WebSettings.LOAD_CACHE_ELSE_NETWORK);
To Be: settings.setCacheMode(WebSettings.LOAD_NO_CACHE);
Thanks Rob, I'll give this a try over the weekend and let you know. I even tries simply changing the config file to point to their website and compile, literally the simplest thing one can possibly do and it still fails, their website is HTML4 and CGI.
Thanks Rob that worked perfectly
Rhodes always sets a Cache-Control; no-cache header. I assume the purpose is to force the browser to always get the page from the controller, rather than from cache.
So, on Android, it's also necessary to change the setting for the WebView in order to insure that the page does not come from cache?