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Hi Everyone,

I've started a new job and my first task is to find a fix for the
following problem:

When users visit our main login page (4 frames), one of the frames
(1-3) will not load. In other words, some frames load, others don't.
The status bar will say that a page is loading, but it will go on
forever and the page will never load. There are no errors showing. If
the entire page is refreshed, everything appears normal and will work
for the rest of the time the user is on the site.

We are running Win 2k Advanced Server, IIS 5.0, SQL Server 2k, .Net
v1.0.3705

The problem tends to occur with users that are running WinXp.

Thanks for any help,
-Rob
Douglass@*nospa maroo*nbnet.nb. ca
Jul 21 '05 #1
2 1947
Sounds like you have to refresh the entire frameset to see them all right?

It means that the application's not re-compiled yet, or there's something going on.

How many apps is it? Is it one dll or multiple?

"Rob Douglass" wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I've started a new job and my first task is to find a fix for the
following problem:

When users visit our main login page (4 frames), one of the frames
(1-3) will not load. In other words, some frames load, others don't.
The status bar will say that a page is loading, but it will go on
forever and the page will never load. There are no errors showing. If
the entire page is refreshed, everything appears normal and will work
for the rest of the time the user is on the site.

We are running Win 2k Advanced Server, IIS 5.0, SQL Server 2k, .Net
v1.0.3705

The problem tends to occur with users that are running WinXp.

Thanks for any help,
-Rob
Douglass@*nospa maroo*nbnet.nb. ca

Jul 21 '05 #2
Yes.. we'd have to refresh the whole thing. If a 2nd (or more) browser
window was opened while the first one was chugging away, the 2nd one
loads up right away.

At first, I figured it was just compilling, but we've got users
accessing the site all the time. Also, I've seen how long the site
takes to load after a build is done and the compilation happens much
faster than the wait time that we see with this issue.

The frameset contains 3 frames, 2 of which are .aspx pages.

Thanks

-Rob

KraGiE <Kr****@discuss ions.microsoft. com> wrote in message news:<8F******* *************** ************@mi crosoft.com>...
Sounds like you have to refresh the entire frameset to see them all right?

It means that the application's not re-compiled yet, or there's something going on.

How many apps is it? Is it one dll or multiple?

"Rob Douglass" wrote:
Hi Everyone,

I've started a new job and my first task is to find a fix for the
following problem:

When users visit our main login page (4 frames), one of the frames
(1-3) will not load. In other words, some frames load, others don't.
The status bar will say that a page is loading, but it will go on
forever and the page will never load. There are no errors showing. If
the entire page is refreshed, everything appears normal and will work
for the rest of the time the user is on the site.

We are running Win 2k Advanced Server, IIS 5.0, SQL Server 2k, .Net
v1.0.3705

The problem tends to occur with users that are running WinXp.

Thanks for any help,
-Rob
Douglass@*nospa maroo*nbnet.nb. ca

Jul 21 '05 #3

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