buffering

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  1. sam

    sam Guest

    I have a few processing-intensive aspx forms. I want to
    display an animated gif while the user is waiting for the
    form to load. I have tried a number of ways to do this
    but each is unsuccessful.
    I figured buffering controls this. I have set the
    following:
    Response.Buffer=false - in my page_init.
    Buffer = false - on my aspx document properties.
    Removed tick from Enable buffering in IIS Application
    Configuration.

    I have tied setting Response.Buffer=True then calling
    Response.Flush in the page.load, but that didn't work.

    Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
    regards
    Sam
    sam, Oct 29, 2003
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