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To send back to the client a partial result(data) from a Servlet

Kino Lobo
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Joined: Feb 08, 2006
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Hi guys!

Is such a thing possible to do using Ajax?
To send back to the client a partial result(data) from a Servlet process?



The callback function in the request page:


exibe() is a Javascript function wich changes a div's contents on the fly.
I mean, for any loop in the Servlet I'd like to send a partial response to the browser, in opposite of having to wait till the server wind up the whole job and then return the result in a single response...
Any clue? Have someone already done something like this?
Thanks!


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Bear Bibeault
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No, a response is a response whether it is the result of an Ajax call or not. If you want to partition it up, you'll need to do so by making multiple requests, each of which return a portion of the data in their own response.


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