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Why the images can not be loaded in the browser sometimes?

The source of the image is

<IMG ID=\"69\" class=\"a10\"
SRC=\"Imageprocesser.aspx?SessionID=1111&reportStr eam=1&ReportID=258&Histor*yID=2006-09-15T18:25:25&Action=LoadSnapshot&ReportType=HTML4.0 &imageExt=&im*ageWidth=&imageHeight=&useToolbar=Fa lse&htmlFragment=False&mappedPath=/kyog*a-qa/CKEmployerReports/BCBSTNReports/DiabeticMemberSummary&reportVariable_G*roupID=8&re portVariable_BasePath=/kyoga-qa&RPSessionID=nopykwuqk2nofz551tm3*0u45&ImageID=C _69_S\"/>

in the Imageprocesser.aspx.cs file, it will retrieve the image from
another server response. and use response.write() to write the image
stream to the current browser. The problem here is sometimes the image
can be loaded correctly, sometimes there is only a cross sign (meaning
the image is not loaded correctly).
I try to debug, but in stepping mode, everytime the image can be loaded

correctly. This problem only happens when i execute the program without

using debugging.
I am really confused. What could be wrong?

Sep 18 '06 #1
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cheers...@hotmail.com wrote:
The source of the image is

<IMG ID=\"69\" class=\"a10\"
SRC=\"Imageprocesser.aspx
This is a classic asp newsgroup. Dotnet is a totally different
technology. Try microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.aspnet

--
Mike Brind

Sep 18 '06 #2
Actually this approach will work in classic ASP. It's a nice trick to implement the built in image handling capabilities of ASP.net
from a classic ASP page.

my guess is the problem has to do with escaping the quotes- shouldn't be necessary.
"Mike Brind" <pa*******@hotmail.comwrote in message news:11**********************@h48g2000cwc.googlegr oups.com...
>
cheers...@hotmail.com wrote:
>The source of the image is

<IMG ID=\"69\" class=\"a10\"
SRC=\"Imageprocesser.aspx

This is a classic asp newsgroup. Dotnet is a totally different
technology. Try microsoft.public.dotnet.framework.aspnet

--
Mike Brind

Sep 18 '06 #3

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