I think the problem is not with the size of the documents - I've had some
problem with the Time demo, which is very small.

Try this - go to Internet Options, Advanced, and uncheck Use HTTP 1.1. With
your header, the server you are developing should show the same behavior
I've seen.

But there is also one other thing, and this I could not track, maybe it's
some setting in the server: the connection remains open after you do the
request (the progress bar disappears). This doesn't happen with FireFox.

On 22/5/2005 16:46:15, Wilfried Mestdagh ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
> Hello Bruno,
> I'm just bsy in a rather large project using THttpSrv, and this is exact
> copy of what I send in all my virtual pages:
> Header := Cli.Version + '
> 200 OK'#13#10 +
> 'Content-Type:
> text/html'#13#10 +
> 'Content-Length:
> ' + IntToStr(DocLen) + #13#10 +
> 'Cache-control: no-
> cache'#13#10#13#10;
> The cache control is because IE 6 bug that it does not wants to refresh
> the page.
> About the keep-alive. I noticed when I tryed the project with the
> virtual page of 5000 lines, and when I run the server on a slow machine
> (PII300) IE timed out a few times. Maybe the documents ar all large and
> take a lot of time to build them ??  I did not check the code with the
> tests. I dont know if that could has something to do with it.
> ---
> Rgds, Wilfried
> http://www.mestdagh.biz
> Sunday, May 22, 2005, 21:10, Bruno Sonnino wrote:
> > Finally, I could find what was causing the problem here - I still don't
> know
> > why, but at least I could fix it.
> > I analyzed the header files sent by a virtual page and an identical
> real
> > page. The difference wa

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