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Loading partial page from file.

Getting data from an database and displaying it on a web page is some
thing I have done for years. Now instead of getting data from a
database, I want to get the text of a file and display that on the web
page. The file choice is determined by a user click on a anchor link.

So far I have considered using fso to read a line at at time and doing
Response.Write for each line read.
Seems to me there should be a more elegant solution.

Should I build an array of text line while reading and do only one
response write?

Or is there another solution that I have not discovered.

Suggestions please.

Thanks,

IanO

Sep 20 '07 #1
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IanO wrote:
Getting data from an database and displaying it on a web page is some
thing I have done for years. Now instead of getting data from a
database, I want to get the text of a file and display that on the web
page. The file choice is determined by a user click on a anchor link.

So far I have considered using fso to read a line at at time and doing
Response.Write for each line read.
Seems to me there should be a more elegant solution.

Should I build an array of text line while reading and do only one
response write?

It depends. If it works as it is, why change it? Do you need better
performance?

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