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  1. #1
    John Harkin Guest

    What exaclty happens when STOP button pressed on browser


    Hi,
    I'm starting to develop an intranet/internet site using IE and ASP pages.

    I'm wondering what happens when the user presses the Stop button on the browser
    while an ASP page is executing on the server? Does the ASP page continue
    to execute to completion?
    What is sent back to the user if anything?
    ASP buffereing is swtiched on , with some experimetation i am getting a white
    screen with "Done" on the status bar.
    Where is there a good source of ref for this type of info.
    Thanks.


  2. #2
    Steve Jackson Guest

    Re: What exaclty happens when STOP button pressed on browser


    When Stop button is clicked, the socket connection is ended. I'm not
    sure if ASP stops executing immediately. I'm sure nothing is sent.

    Steve Jackson

    On 26 Apr 2000 09:19:40 -0700, "John Harkin"
    <john.harkin@singularity.co.uk> wrote:

    >
    >Hi,
    >I'm starting to develop an intranet/internet site using IE and ASP pages.
    >
    >I'm wondering what happens when the user presses the Stop button on the browser
    >while an ASP page is executing on the server? Does the ASP page continue
    >to execute to completion?
    >What is sent back to the user if anything?
    >ASP buffereing is swtiched on , with some experimetation i am getting a white
    >screen with "Done" on the status bar.
    >Where is there a good source of ref for this type of info.
    >Thanks.
    >



    Steve Jackson, Enterprise Section Leader
    stephenjackson@compuserve.com

  3. #3
    Nathan Allen-Wagner Guest

    Re: What exaclty happens when STOP button pressed on browser


    If you are concerned about using up CPU cycles, use the "Response.IsClientConnected"
    property. This will tell you whether the client is still there. If not, just
    "Response.End" and the page execution will stop.

    Hope that helps...


    "John Harkin" <john.harkin@singularity.co.uk> wrote:
    >
    >Hi,
    >I'm starting to develop an intranet/internet site using IE and ASP pages.
    >
    >I'm wondering what happens when the user presses the Stop button on the

    browser
    >while an ASP page is executing on the server? Does the ASP page continue
    >to execute to completion?
    >What is sent back to the user if anything?
    >ASP buffereing is swtiched on , with some experimetation i am getting a

    white
    >screen with "Done" on the status bar.
    >Where is there a good source of ref for this type of info.
    >Thanks.
    >



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