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> On Tuesday 21 June 2005 19:16, Dieter Maurer - [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>Ralph wrote at 2005-6-20 22:36 +0200:
>>The easiest way would be to use a different browser ;-)
>>I think IE can be customized to use a different timeout (I do not
>>know as I use Mozilla -- by default without timeout).
> No that's not possible with HTTP1.0. The problem is, why IE is using HTTP1.0?
> With HTTP1.1 its possible to change keepalive-timeout.
'keepalive' only refers to the lenght of time that the browser-webserver
connection stays open between the completion of one request and the
beginning of another to the same server.
The behavior we are discussing here is that IE (or sometimes Apache in
the middle) is configured to time out a single request after a period of
time; Mozilla and derived browsers don't do that by default.
Tres Seaver +1 202-558-7113 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Palladion Software "Excellence by Design" http://palladion.com
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