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Login Problem in website

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Hi everyone,

In our website we have an option ‘official login’ for users to login and send information through the site. We face the following problem while loggin in.

We use the following sequence. From the home page, index.html, a hyperlink on ‘official login’ will open the page testlogin.htm. In the testlogin.htm, we get userid and password and submit the form like this. <form name=login method="POST" action="verify.asp">
When we give user name and password and click the login button, it takes a long time to open the next page or it does not open at all. But sometimes it is working fine. So there must not be any fault in the code.
We checked with a simple html code in the page 'verify.asp' with the following code.
<html>
<head>
Welcome
</head>
</html>
The above simple html file with name 'verify.asp' is also not opening faster. So we assume that there is no problem in fetching the data from data base. But normal html pages using links are opening as usual.
This form ‘veriy.asp’ programmed to open on submitting the form testlogin.htm has the problem.
So irrespective of the content of the page ‘verify.asp’, whether it is a simple html file or it uses validation, we get the same result. i.e we are not able to get the verify.asp page to open all the times.
All the pages are working fine with local host. We are not able to identify the reason.

Can anyone provide a solution for this?

Kavitha
Jun 29 '07 #1
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danp129
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Unless I missed something you need to talk to the people hosting your site and tell them it's processing ASP files too slow.
Jun 29 '07 #2

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