The CResponse::setExpiresAbsolute function sets the value of the ExpiresAbsolute property.
chchar * expiresAbsolute // containing the new ExpiresAbsolute value
Upon successful completion, zero is returned. Otherwise, a value of non-zero is returned.
A string containing the new ExpiresAbsolute value.
This function sets the value of the ExpiresAbsolute property of the object. If the user returns to the same page before the set date and time, the cached version is displayed. If this property is set more than once on a page, the earliest expiration date or time is used. If the expiration date and time is not set before this function is called, NULL is returned.
The date string is formatted as:
Wdy, DD-Mon-YYYY HH:MM:SS GMT
This is based on RFC 822, RFC 850, RFC 1036, and RFC 1123, with the variations that the only legal time zone is GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) and the separators between the elements of the date must be dashes.
The CResponse::getExpiresAbsolute function can retrieve the ExpiresAbsolute property of the object
CResponse, CResponse::getExpiresAbsolute, CResponse::getExpires, CResponse::setExpires,