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From Jim Seach <jwse...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Servlet Runs SLow
Date Wed, 15 Aug 2001 15:48:17 GMT
I copied the html into a static file and was able to bring it up
immediately in Netscape 4.76, so it doesn't appear to be the contents
of the form that is the problem.

Does it take a long time to display, or does it just not appear to
finish loading?  I have also noticed that sometimes even after the page
has loaded, Netscape still appears to be working.  So far, I have just
ignored it.

Jim

--- "A.L." <amoslieber@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Below is the code that is returned:
> 
> It seems that Netscape might have problems with the
> FORM data.  It does seem as if the server is sending
> the reponse immediately.  Or maybe it is having
> trouble with the javascript functions... Any
> suggestions
> 
> (I am only running TOmcat by the way)
> 
> 
> 
> <html>
> <head>
> <title>Calendar</title>
> </head>
> <BODY BGCOLOR="#FDF5E6">
> <FORM METHOD=POST ACTION="/jd/Calendar">
> <SELECT NAME="dates" MULTIPLE>
> <OPTION VALUE="Jan"> January </OPTION>
> <OPTION VALUE="Feb"> February</OPTION>
> <OPTION VALUE="Mar"> March</OPTION>
> <OPTION VALUE="Apr"> April</OPTION>
> <OPTION VALUE="May"> May</OPTION>
> <OPTION VALUE="June"> June</OPTION>
> </SELECT>
> <INPUT TYPE=SUBMIT>
> </FORM>
> March2001<form METHOD=GET
> NAME="date2"ACTION="/jd/Calendar"><input type=hidden
> NAME="d"><script language="JavaScript">function
> choose(n){document.date2.d.value =
>
n;document.date2.submit();}</script><table><tr><td></td><td></td><td></td><td></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(1)">1</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(2)">2</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(3)">3</a></td></tr><tr><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(4)">4</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(5)">5</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(6)">6</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(7)">7</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(8)">8</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(9)">9</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(10)">10</a></td></tr><tr><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(11)">11</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(12)">12</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(13)">13</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(14)">14</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(15)">15</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(16)">16</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(17)">17</a></td></tr><tr><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(18)">18</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(19)">19</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(20)">20</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(21)">21</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(22)">22</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(23)">23</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(24)">24</a></td></tr><tr><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(25)">25</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(26)">26</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(27)">27</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(28)">28</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(29)">29</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(30)">30</a></td><td><a
> href="javascript:choose(31)">31</a></td></tr></FORM></table>
> <TABLE>
> <TR><TH>First_Name</TR>
> <TR><TD>Amos</TR>
> <TR><TD>Jeff</TR>
> <TR><TD>Steve</TR>
> <TR><TD>Cathy</TR>
> <TR><TD>Patricia</TR>
> <TR><TD>Cary</TR>
> <TR><TD>Tom</TR>
> </TABLE>
> 
> </body>
> </html>
> 
> --- Jim Seach <jwseach@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > I agree - it's worth looking at the client.  Do you
> > have any large
> > tables?  I have had problems in the past with
> > Netscape taking a long
> > time (> 5 min) to load tables with several thousand
> > rows.
> > 
> > Jim
> > 
> > --- Denis Haskin <Denis@HaskinFerguson.net> wrote:
> > > Do you know for sure the difference in 'load' time
> > is at the server,
> > > and 
> > > not at the client?  What's the content coming back
> > from the server? 
> > > I 
> > > would grab a copy of that, put it in a file, and
> > load that in IE and 
> > > Netscape to see if there's any difference in load
> > times.
> > > 
> > > I suppose it's possible that IE and Netscape are
> > sending different
> > > http 
> > > headers that are getting handled differently at
> > the server, but this 
> > > seems unlikely.
> > > 
> > > Are you sending these requests straight to Tomcat,
> > or are they going 
> > > through a web server first?
> > > 
> > > dwh
> > > 
> > > A.L. wrote:
> > > 
> > > >Why WOuld a servlet which runs perfectly normal
> > in
> > > >Explorer take a long time to load in Netscape? 
> > On the
> > > >Tomcat Console Window I see the request coming in
> > > >immediately, but for some reason Netscape won't
> > load
> > > >quickly.
> > > >-Amos
> > > >
> > >
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> > 
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