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Prathap kumar
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Joined: Jun 10, 2002
Posts: 27
I have a basic question,
When does the response object gets committed.


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Anthony Villanueva
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
Posts: 1055
The response is composed of:
1. the status line (which contains the HTTP version, the status code and a short human-readable message corresponding to the status code),
2. the optional response headers
3. a blank line, and
4 and the content body (the web resource you requested),
in that order.
The container buffers the response headers, but the content need not be. The response is considered committed if the buffer is already flushed to the client.
R K Singh
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Joined: Oct 15, 2001
Posts: 5371
Originally posted by Prathap kumar:
I have a basic question,
When does the response object gets committed.

depends on buffer size.


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Prathap kumar
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Joined: Jun 10, 2002
Posts: 27
Hey Anthony & Ravish,
Thanks for your explanations.....
 
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