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Gavi Raaghav
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I have a jsppage which depending upon the user selection may show a lot of data.
Whenever there is a lot of data which gets displayed in the table the data appears at one shot and does not trickle through in installments the way it does in firefox browser.
Is there a way to keep flushing the data as it keeps coming becuase when i view source of the page i can see the entire data set but its still not rendered by that time on the browser.
 
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If the View Source shows the entire page, then the whole thing has been spent to the browser and nothing you do on the server can make the brtowser render the page any faster.
 
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So i guess its the behavious of the IE because Firefox just keeps rendering the data the moment it receives it.
 
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Yes, IE is notorious for slow renderring especially in the face of things like deeply nested tables and complex CSS rules.

If it's a critical issue you might need to exlore alternate ways of structuring your HTML to make IE happier.
 
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