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TOPIC: what's the difference of the url with newtest/Y?

what's the difference of the url with newtest/Y? 3 months 19 hours ago #109488

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add the newtest/Y or NOT to url , what's the function difference?
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what's the difference of the url with newtest/Y? 3 months 18 hours ago #109491

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Hi,

With newtest/Y (or &newtest=Y) : be sure to load all updated survey and expression.

Without newtest/Y : if a user goes to your survey, after you update something in your survey (for example a javascript using EM) the IS question text (and script) aren't updated.

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what's the difference of the url with newtest/Y? 3 months 17 hours ago #109492

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so, it's about the cache something?
in my understand, the LS will read question from mysql after submit one.is that right?
in most condition, the survey is not changed after creat, then those 2things are same?
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what's the difference of the url with newtest/Y? 3 months 11 hours ago #109494

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The newtest parameter forces a new session. If not given then the old session for the same survey is trying to be re-used.

Usually your participants only participate once in your survey and this won't matter.
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what's the difference of the url with newtest/Y? 2 months 1 week ago #110193

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i don't understand ,why not start new session as default setting?
what's the benefit for not using newtest/y?
more, is newtest/y case sensitive?
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