not specifically with getRows()<BR><BR>you would flush within the display loop itself. set a counter variable and flush every so often. however I think you'll find flushing won't help. if you MUST output this much data, try putting your Server.ScriptTimeout up a bit, or try retrieving less data
Of course...<BR><BR><%<BR>arrMyArray = objRS.GetRows<BR>objRS.Close: Set objRS = Nothing<BR><BR>Dim intCounter<BR>For intCounter = 0 to UBound(arrMyArray, 2)<BR> if (intCounter MOD 100 = 0) then Response.Flush<BR> ' Do your display<BR>Next<BR>%><BR><BR>Note there's no code in there to handle EOF or BOF.<BR><BR>Craig.