unfortunately, it's not something that can be offline. What's actually
happening is the database is being queried for information that allows the
PHP script to find data files to be sent to the printer. The query really
isn't the problem, it's the sending of data when there is ALOT of data being
sent. Being that the actual data sent to the browser is minimal, both IE
and Netscape wait until there is something worth printing before it renders
Basically, I need a way to force IE and Netscape to render the output so
that the user doesn't get a timeout notification.
[EMAIL PROTECTED] <mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Perhaps change it to an offline report? I've done that in the past, it
get's scheduled or backgrounded and the results are either emailed to the
person, or generated report stored in the database for quick load later on
(user gets email that report is ready for viewing)..
On Thu, 21 Aug 2003, J. Michael Roberts wrote:
Okay, I'm going mildly crazy now.
I've got a huge query that runs and does all sorts of things...but the
problem is that it's taking longer than the proxy server will allow to
generate the HTML, thus the browser (IE) reports a timeout.
I've successfully executed the entire script using Netscape, but Netscape
appears to be a little more forgiving with it's buffer size than IE does.
I've tried using a flush() call, but the output that is displayed to the
user is fairly small in comparasion to all the stuff that's going on in the
Is there a way to get IE to display the data it has received on the fly? If
not, is there a way to force IE (and netscape) to use a smaller buffer size?
I've thought about filling up the output buffer with some hidden garbage,
but that would just be silly.
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.