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Nav Kumar
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Hi,
I have small but strange problem here:
I am trying to print some data using the followig code:
out.println(message);
out.flush();
The printing is done in a loop with an intial counter.Say if the counter is set as 10, the message will be printed 10 times.
The printing is expected to be done as one by one, as the message is obtained it should get printed.
However, due to some reason the combination of Linux and weblogic tries to get all the data and then load the jsp page which results in long wait. This works perfectly fine in Windows/weblogic or windows/ora9ias combination. But the same thing when run on a linux/ weblogic the data is not getting loaded as and when its obtained. Instead its gets all the 10 records and then print on the page in one shot.
I have no clue as to what the problem is as the code works fine in most setups. Does anybody kbow as to what the problem could be.Is it we need to have some setting on the Linux server or some kind of limitation?
This is a bit urgent. Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Nav
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