On 13 September 2011 13:05, Marco Lanzotti <ma...@lanzotti.com> wrote:

> Il 12/09/2011 21:32, Al ha scritto:
> > See http://us2.php.net/manual/en/function.connection-aborted.php
> As I wrote, PHP doesn't detect that client aborted connection until it
> send some data.
> During query the script doesn't send any data to client, so it doesn't
> detect client aborted connenction.
> I know this function, but it's useless to solve my problem...

You can use ob_start() to start output buffering and ob_end_flush() to send
some data in the middle of script  - that way  your php script will send
some data to the client earlier than finishing execution and hence detect
the aborted connection.

> Bye,
> Marco
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