I changed it to ob_flush() and the problem still exist.

Check the link and you'll se.

I have 3 apache servers and no one works as i want to. But
iis makes no problems.


Friday, November 22, 2002, 8:32:56 PM, you wrote:

CW> On Fri, 22 Nov 2002, Uros Gruber wrote:

>> ob_end_flush();

CW> This turns off output buffering after flushing, the first time it gets
CW> called in the first iteration of your for() loop.

>> I can make this work on php and apache. I always get output
>> in one shot not line by line. If i try this code with php and
>> iis it works.

CW> Try using ob_flush() instead.  http://www.php.net/ob_flush
CW> "This function does not destroy the output buffer like ob_end_flush()
CW>  does."

CW> What's odd is that it works like you want it to in IIS ....

CW>         g.luck,
CW>         ~Chris

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