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page buffering

 
Aruna Raghavan
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Hi All,
I am confused about buffering pages.
If I specify
<@page buffer="none"> can I still use the implicit outvariable?
 
Dharmin Desai
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dear aruna,
<@page buffer="none"> can I still use the implicit outvariable

Here declaring "buffer=none" for a jsp page, is not restricting u to use a variable out.
but as u write something to out
by using out.print() or out.println(), it will directly send that to client browser.
May somebody else can throw more light on it.
Best regards, Dharmin
 
Krishna, Alle
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There should not be any problem in using the "out" variable if buffer="none" as the response would still be commited to the client.
The only catch is that as long as autoFlush="true", it should be just fine.
 
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