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We use a Java class to creat a big html table, and then load it from a Jsp page. The problem is Sometimes last part of the table is not displayed. It means e.g.: it returns 500 lines (the return string is current in TableBuilder class, but it only shows maybe 450 lines(The table created in Java is finished and correct). The last part is not display in HTML. And the lost part point is not the same for the same search. Sometimes it not lost. Do you have any suggestion about it? Thanks!
(I use IE6.0. Weblogic 8.0.)
 
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John,
Are you calling out.flush()?
 
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Jeanne, Thank you!
I tried to out.flash() before and after loading the table. It has the same problem. There is no regulation for the broken point.

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Hi, Jeanne
I add <%@ page buffer="1024" autoFlush="true" %> in the JSP page it works.

Thank you very much!
John
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