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VS hangs when browser closed between Begin & EndInvoke

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I am trying to call a function in my web page, asynchronously, to improve
performance. I am using a function delegate to do that. I have a web page.
When the user clicks a button, i want to execute this function
asynchronously and in the meantime move on to other tasks. At the very end,
i call EndInvoke. Problem is if i disrupt this process by closing the
browser Visual Studio "freezes" and won't become active until after some
It *could* be that i am not giving EndInvoke a chance to be called or to
finish executing. After a certain amount of time, Visual Studio becomes
active again. I am hesitant to say this, but it could be that the amount of
time it takes for VS to become active again, corresponds to the amount of
time it takes for the session to expire on the server. That's something to
look into i guess, but regardless, even if there is some sort of a leak or
blocking problem because EndInvoke couldn't fully execute, Visual Studio
shouldn't freeze/hang.
Has anyone else experienced this problem? How does one go about calling
BeginInvoke in one place/page and EndInvoke in another page without fearing
that the process might be orphaned and Visual Studio rendered inactive
should i or other developers chose to close the browser in-between,

Thanks much, Vishal
Jul 19 '05 #1
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