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  1. #1
    Dan Guest

    Large Volume Data Transfer


    Using hidden input tags to transfer data to/from Java applet with ASP/ADO
    load from
    server. After initial load to browser, application periodically returns to
    the server to refresh data in the applet list boxes. Volume of data on the
    intial load is approximately the same as on the refresh. Problem is the refresh
    fails. After adjusting the amount of data refreshed, everything works(i.e.
    5 rows returned works, but 20 do not). Because the initial load and refresh
    use exactly the same ASP code, pretty much eliminated this being an ASP/ADO
    database
    access problem. Only thing left is a possible limit on the data the input
    tags can handle. Tried setting size and maxlength attributes to 'high enough'
    values to no avail. Does anyone know if there is another attribute, etc.
    Documentation appears to indicate there is in fact no actual limit.

    Many thanks in advance.

    Dan



  2. #2
    MarkN Guest

    Re: Large Volume Data Transfer


    Just have the applet communicate with the server.

    "Dan" <java.@127.0.0.1> wrote:
    >
    >Using hidden input tags to transfer data to/from Java applet with ASP/ADO
    >load from
    >server. After initial load to browser, application periodically returns

    to
    >the server to refresh data in the applet list boxes. Volume of data on the
    >intial load is approximately the same as on the refresh. Problem is the

    refresh
    >fails. After adjusting the amount of data refreshed, everything works(i.e.
    >5 rows returned works, but 20 do not). Because the initial load and refresh
    >use exactly the same ASP code, pretty much eliminated this being an ASP/ADO
    >database
    >access problem. Only thing left is a possible limit on the data the input
    >tags can handle. Tried setting size and maxlength attributes to 'high enough'
    >values to no avail. Does anyone know if there is another attribute, etc.
    >Documentation appears to indicate there is in fact no actual limit.
    >
    >Many thanks in advance.
    >
    >Dan
    >
    >



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