> in my experience (IE5?) if there is data being "added" to the page, then
> browser will display what it can, and keep adding to it until the stream
> breaks or it finishes.

Only if the buffer has been flushed!

> one thing to note is that you wouldn't be able to do
> any tables because they don't display until the code all the way to the
> of the table is available.

tables are fine for buffered output. You just need to send a complete table
in each flushed output. In the original posters application he could use a
seperate table for each db call, then flush and they will display fine.



Jon Farmer
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