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Why is using the back button in the browswer such a bad thing? This is the way it was designed by Oracle and the way just about all web applications work. Successive presses of the back button will take a user back through multiple workbooks and take them back to where they where within the data with the same paramaters in use and the data cached.
One thing that I do frequently is to put a link in the lower level report that when used will call the top level workbook. This overcomes the forced use of the back button.
With regards to your second issue if we were to disable caching we can only do this on a system wide basis. As far as I am aware you cannot disable caching within a single workbook or session.
Personally I would duplicate the called worksheet and have 2 of them in the same workbook both with mandatory parameters, the first having 2 and the second having the 4 you mentioned.
I know it's a workaround but it will overcome the caching issue.
Thank you very much.
I cannot use the workaround solution you proposed for the business reason.
I perfered to close the cache function for the whole system. Could you please kindly tell me how to do it?