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  1. #1
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    Dec 1969

    Default ResponseBuffer = true

    If I have a site with only, lets say 15 pages, and each one is an asp and each one has ResponseBuffer true. Will any of the pages get cached? or does this force a new page everytime?<BR><BR>Brain dead today!

  2. #2
    Ed Guest

    Default RE: ResponseBuffer = true

    I&#039;m not sure... Response.Buffer reads Boolean property that determines whether the ASP output is sent as it occurs or as a block...<BR><BR>CacheControl reads Used to indicate caching instructions to proxies... I would R&D Response.CacheControl...

  3. #3
    Lurker Guest

    Default RE: ResponseBuffer = true

    No. Response.Buffer just affects when then data is passed to the browser. All in onr go or bit by bit.<BR><BR>There are FAQs on forcing the page to reload.

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