var D = new Date();by adding the &m=" D.getTime()" to the url it makes every request unique.
var url = "data.php?t=guest&m=" + D.getTime();
// REload the Members table with updated datahope this helps.
var Da = new Date();
url += "&m=" + Da.getTime(); // Done to deal with page cacheing
obj.clearRowModel(); // Clear Members Data Table to deal with polution
table.setURL(url); // Set the URL the Members table will read from
table.request(); // Tell Table to request the data
url+="&m"+Math.random();instead of the date method saves a line of code.
url+="&m"+Math.random();The only possible problem with this thought it that it is not always guarenteed unique, that is
10 1 3 5 10 8 10is a possible random sequence, hence the browser might invoke its cache for each instance when the random number was 10, whereas the time solution is always unique provided you don't do more than one request a second.