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From "Reiche, Mike" <>
Subject RE: Detect Browser "Disconnect"
Date Mon, 30 Apr 2001 19:53:25 GMT

WebLogic (sometimes) throws exceptions when you write to the response socket
(out.println) after a user has clicked on the 'stop' button or the browser
has timed out. Tomcat may do the same.


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Devon Ziegler []
>Sent: Monday, April 30, 2001 11:58 AM
>Subject: Detect Browser "Disconnect"
>Well, I waited a while and decided to ask this question again 
>(WITHOUT read
>receipts this time!!! :) (what a waste of email bandwidth)).  
>Is there any
>way to determine if the browser that requested a page is still 
>waiting for
>the response?  I would like to terminate lengthy queries and 
>computations if
>the browser asking for the page is no longer waiting for it.  
>We're using
>Linux 6.2 with tomcat 3.2.1 standalone and using Servlets.  
>Any thoughts?
>Is this impossible?  Anybody?  Anybody?
>Devon C. Ziegler
>Cell:   (678) 485-7025
>Office: (678) 589-4126

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