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I have just moved from IIS 5 to IIS 6. I have price lists on an asp page from a sql database. They worked fine in IIS 5 but now in IIS 6 I am getting a: Response Buffer Limit Exceeded. Execution of the ASP page caused the Response Buffer to exceed its configured limit. The page is trying to display over 20,000 records. I have tried turning Buffering off, but then it just trys to load forever. What is the buffer set to by default and how can I change it? Thanks!...

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    Default ASP IIS 6.0 Exceed Buffer

    I have just moved from IIS 5 to IIS 6. I have price
    lists on an asp page from a sql database. They worked
    fine in IIS 5 but now in IIS 6 I am getting a:

    Response Buffer Limit Exceeded.
    Execution of the ASP page caused the Response Buffer to
    exceed its configured limit.

    The page is trying to display over 20,000 records. I
    have tried turning Buffering off, but then it just trys
    to load forever. What is the buffer set to by default
    and how can I change it? Thanks!
    Darren Guest

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    Default Re: ASP IIS 6.0 Exceed Buffer

    I think a better question is, "Why are you trying to display 20,000 records
    on one page." Web pages are meant to display data to a user. What user
    will be able to make any use of 20,000 records at one shot? And what user
    is going to wait for that page to load? Even if you <pre> your data, and
    your records are just a single character each, you're looking at a 4 MB
    page.

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    Default Re: ASP IIS 6.0 Exceed Buffer

    With IIS 5.0 it took less then a minute to display all the records.
    This is for internal use at our parts counters and I do have a search
    page set up that they use most of the time. I have this page to display
    all records in the rare case that the parts guys do not know the part
    number! Is there a way to raise the buffer limit?



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    Default Re: ASP IIS 6.0 Exceed Buffer

    I'm not sure. Try asking in .inetserver.iis, as I imagine it'd be an IIS
    configuration if such an option exists.

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