Hi Tino. I was reading this and I was looking at incorporating some
kind of response to users while processing a time consuming script. I
was thinking about just putting up an animated gif that says
'Processing' (or something similar or to send some text advising where
they are in the processing). I am trying to understand what you are
saying about the return. If at the end of the process you did something
like a return or redirect will this not work properly? Is there a
script example that you can point me to that demonstrates a
context.REQUEST.RESPONSE.write() admidst processing somewhere to
provide feedback while processing. Many thanks.
On Friday, June 3, 2005, at 03:24 PM, Tino Wildenhain wrote:
Timeout can be an issue with large files and when the remote
server is slow. In this case, you can send some data to the
clients browser while you work, via context.REQUEST.RESPONSE.write()
Note: once you start using response.write() you cannot use return()
in your script - at least the user wont see any output from it.
You also should catch exeptions and provide meaningfull output
when they happen since the usual exeption handling will work but
the user wont see its output.
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