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Old 08-09-2009
ChrisC
 

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IE 8
Am having problems with IE 8 (Vista HP). All will be fine for a while, e.g.
reading pages on a forum, or browsing eBay. Then, often without any warning,
a page will seize up and not respond. Sometimes it starts a go-slow before
sticking.
Often the only solution is to open a new browser. Sometimes I can collapse
the page then go back and find it working again, though usually not up to
full speed.
Can anybody suggest what or where the problem might be?
Thanks,
Chris
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Old 08-10-2009
undisclosed
 

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Re: IE 8

I am using IE 8 for my project , but it randomly shows me an error
'session expired and diverts me to the session expired page , while i
have kept session timeout = 500 in web.config file.

so what should i do to avoid this problem.
i am using Windows XP SP2,IIS V5.1 , .Net Framework 2.0
My Session management is cookie less = true.

I am using following piece of code to check session timeuot

Response.AppendHeader("Refresh", Convert.ToString(Session.Timeout * 60)
& "; URL=frmExpiredSession.aspx")


But its not working.

Is something wrong here?

please

Thanks in advance.


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Old 08-10-2009
ChrisC
 

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Re: IE 8
I'm sorry that you too are having problems, but your post neither address nor
has anything to do with my problem and original post!!

It would be more logical to start your own thread relating to your specific
problem.

"undisclosed" wrote:

>
> I am using IE 8 for my project , but it randomly shows me an error
> 'session expired and diverts me to the session expired page , while i
> have kept session timeout = 500 in web.config file.
>
> so what should i do to avoid this problem.
> i am using Windows XP SP2,IIS V5.1 , .Net Framework 2.0
> My Session management is cookie less = true.
>
> I am using following piece of code to check session timeuot
>
> Response.AppendHeader("Refresh", Convert.ToString(Session.Timeout * 60)
> & "; URL=frmExpiredSession.aspx")
>
>
> But its not working.
>
> Is something wrong here?
>
> please
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
>
> --
> vitthalgb
>

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