Currently only support the traditional .xls (BIFF8) format.
<%@ OutputCache Duration="10" VaryByParam="*" %>But still your code runs and your breakpoints are reached, eventhough they shouldn't as you've just added server side caching!
Well, the most likely issue is that you break the response way to soon by using Response.End().
Remove the Response.End() and your caching should most likely begin to work as you intended.
Want to know more about why this is an issue with caching? Rick Strahl writes about it in his article: Don’t use Response.End() with OutputCache
Open jquery.thickbox.js , search for @rel and remove the @.
What the original code looks like:
var imageGroup = $("a[@rel="+rel+"]").get();What it should look like when you've removed the @:
var imageGroup = $("a[rel="+rel+"]").get();Please note that if you're using a minified version of Thickbox your code could look a bit different. But you can always search for "@rel".
Credits where credits due, original post by ABOUTQ
<urlCompression doStaticCompression="false" doDynamicCompression="false"/>