Enabled by default or if no variable is present, this setting prevents
documents (attachments and images) in a Domino Web Access user's mail file from
being left behind in the browser's cache, even if the user fails to logout. You
can set this value to 0 to disable it.
Valid Values are:
0 - Disabled (attachments and images may be left behind in the browser's cache
if user does not logout)
1 - Enabled (documents are not cached)
This vartiable is new in 6.5.4
SPR# HTAA68YA56 - When not using an ActiveX attachment utility, a tiff file
attachment is unable to be viewed. Setting "INOTES_WA_OPENELEMENTNOSTORE=0" in
Notes.ini fixes the problem.
SPR# PTUL62HAYE - An imbedded image could only be saved as a BMP in Domino Web
Access. The default behavior (no ini variable) will be to emit cache-control:
no-store response header for all DWA ?OpenElement URL commands which are not
directed against iNotes6.nsf (etc). This default will ensure that attachments
and images from a user's mail file are not left behind in the browser's cache.
This behavior has, however caused a side-effect, reported in SPR PTUL62HAYE,
which is caused by an IE bug, and therefore the Notes.ini variable
"INOTES_WA_OPENELEMENTNOSTORE=0" will disable the behavior of preventing the
documents from being cached. If "INOTES_WA_OPENELEMENTNOSTORE=0 is set,
Administrators should train their users to always logout of DWA, so that the
DWA ActiveX control will remove the browser cache at that point. The "no-store"
option is intended to prevent caching of attachments and embedded images, even
if the user fails to logout.
None, although you can specify this setting in the NOTES.INI Settings tab of the Configuration Settings document in the Domino Directory.
iNotes_WA_OpenElementNoStore=0 / 1
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