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Asynchronous Client Socket ASP.NET

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Hi,

I'm trying to build a client ASP.NET application in VB.NET that can
display messages from a server application as soon as it receives
them.

These messages from the server have a limited life span so as soon as
the code behind receives them it should render them as HTML while
still listening for more messages.

At the moment, I'm using an Asynchronous Client Socket for this but
the client application will just listen for ALL the messages and
render them as HTML and soon as they are ALL received. Is there anyway
to change this so they are displayed to the user, one-by-one, as they
are received whilst continually listening until all messages are
received? I suppose what I'm after is the capabilities of Java.

I'm having difficulties trying to get my head around this one, please
help.

Thanks,
Nov 22 '05 #1
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Hi,

I'm trying to build a client ASP.NET application in VB.NET that can
display messages from a server application as soon as it receives
them.

These messages from the server have a limited life span so as soon as
the code behind receives them it should render them as HTML while
still listening for more messages.

At the moment, I'm using an Asynchronous Client Socket for this but
the client application will just listen for ALL the messages and
render them as HTML and soon as they are ALL received. Is there anyway
to change this so they are displayed to the user, one-by-one, as they
are received whilst continually listening until all messages are
received? I suppose what I'm after is the capabilities of Java.

I'm having difficulties trying to get my head around this one, please
help.

Thanks,

Nov 22 '05 #2

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