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vb .net web page error before page_Init with IE6

I am running into a problem with a web page I have created when
viewing it in IE6 on some machines. The page has a database lookup.
The user enters an account name or number and clicks a lookup button.
This hits an AS400 database looks for matches and returns a dataset
that is used to populate a datagrid. The user then selects one of the
entries from the list, this entry is used to populate a couple of
textboxes on the page and a couple of textboxes in a usercontrol on
the page. The page has another database lookup. The user enters an
productname or number and clicks a lookup button. This hits an AS400
database looks for matches and returns a dataset that is used to
populate a datagrid. The user then selects one of the entries from
the list, this entry is used to populate a couple of textboxes on the
page and a couple of textboxes in a usercontrol on the page. The
problem is that on IE6 on some computers, the page runs the code to
lookup the data in the database, creates a dataset, binds the data to
a datagrid, and then IE6 freezes until it has to be closed due to not
responding. I have put in many many lines to log where I am at and I
IE is freezing after the page.dispose method is finished, but before
the next page_init is called.

The computers in question are using IE6 on XP Pro SP2. I use IE6 on
XP PRO SP2 here at work and everything is fine. I have also tried on
other computers using IE6, IE7, Firefox 1.x and 2.0 with no problems.
It is only IE6 on some machines. The processes for the account lookup
and the product lookup are identical except for the different tables
and fields.

So, what I am wondering is if there is anything that happens between
the dispose and page_init that I could try to intercept or if anyone
has heard of anything like this.

If you need code, let me know.

Please help. Thanks for reading this.

-Justin

Feb 13 '07 #1
102 5140
Bo************* @gmail.com wrote:
I am running into a problem with a web page I have created when
viewing it in IE6 on some machines. The page has a database lookup.
The user enters an account name or number and clicks a lookup button.
This hits an AS400 database looks for matches and returns a dataset
that is used to populate a datagrid. The user then selects one of the
entries from the list, this entry is used to populate a couple of
textboxes on the page and a couple of textboxes in a usercontrol on
the page. The page has another database lookup. The user enters an
productname or number and clicks a lookup button. This hits an AS400
database looks for matches and returns a dataset that is used to
populate a datagrid. The user then selects one of the entries from
the list, this entry is used to populate a couple of textboxes on the
page and a couple of textboxes in a usercontrol on the page. The
problem is that on IE6 on some computers, the page runs the code to
lookup the data in the database, creates a dataset, binds the data to
a datagrid, and then IE6 freezes until it has to be closed due to not
responding. I have put in many many lines to log where I am at and I
IE is freezing after the page.dispose method is finished, but before
the next page_init is called.

The computers in question are using IE6 on XP Pro SP2. I use IE6 on
XP PRO SP2 here at work and everything is fine. I have also tried on
other computers using IE6, IE7, Firefox 1.x and 2.0 with no problems.
It is only IE6 on some machines. The processes for the account lookup
and the product lookup are identical except for the different tables
and fields.

So, what I am wondering is if there is anything that happens between
the dispose and page_init that I could try to intercept or if anyone
has heard of anything like this.
No, I have never heard of this. That's why I never use datasets to do
anything. I always do everything by using an object or collection of
strong typed objects using the IList interface so that the collection
can be bound to a control, which the object or objects being derived
from a database source such as a table and the object can persist itself.

It also seems that you have all your code in the code behind file, data
access, etc, all of it the whole nine yards in the code behind file,
which is a no no too. Are you doing that? Are you treating ASP.NET like
it's ASP 3.0 or lower, with data access and validation of data being
done in the code behind file and the user interface is directly
instantiating data access?

Feb 13 '07 #2


IE6 and IE7 work best with VB6

dotnet is a futile experiment in mediocrity
sorry kids

move on to php or something; or else grow some balls and demand a
complete solution from M$

On Feb 13, 1:59 pm, "Mr. Arnold" <"Mr. Arnold"@Arnold. COMwrote:
BoogieWithSt... @gmail.com wrote:
I am running into a problem with a web page I have created when
viewing it in IE6 on some machines. The page has a database lookup.
The user enters an account name or number and clicks a lookup button.
This hits an AS400 database looks for matches and returns a dataset
that is used to populate a datagrid. The user then selects one of the
entries from the list, this entry is used to populate a couple of
textboxes on the page and a couple of textboxes in a usercontrol on
the page. The page has another database lookup. The user enters an
productname or number and clicks a lookup button. This hits an AS400
database looks for matches and returns a dataset that is used to
populate a datagrid. The user then selects one of the entries from
the list, this entry is used to populate a couple of textboxes on the
page and a couple of textboxes in a usercontrol on the page. The
problem is that on IE6 on some computers, the page runs the code to
lookup the data in the database, creates a dataset, binds the data to
a datagrid, and then IE6 freezes until it has to be closed due to not
responding. I have put in many many lines to log where I am at and I
IE is freezing after the page.dispose method is finished, but before
the next page_init is called.
The computers in question are using IE6 on XP Pro SP2. I use IE6 on
XP PRO SP2 here at work and everything is fine. I have also tried on
other computers using IE6, IE7, Firefox 1.x and 2.0 with no problems.
It is only IE6 on some machines. The processes for the account lookup
and the product lookup are identical except for the different tables
and fields.
So, what I am wondering is if there is anything that happens between
the dispose and page_init that I could try to intercept or if anyone
has heard of anything like this.

No, I have never heard of this. That's why I never use datasets to do
anything. I always do everything by using an object or collection of
strong typed objects using the IList interface so that the collection
can be bound to a control, which the object or objects being derived
from a database source such as a table and the object can persist itself.

It also seems that you have all your code in the code behind file, data
access, etc, all of it the whole nine yards in the code behind file,
which is a no no too. Are you doing that? Are you treating ASP.NET like
it's ASP 3.0 or lower, with data access and validation of data being
done in the code behind file and the user interface is directly
instantiating data access?- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -

Feb 14 '07 #3
Larry Linson wrote:
>
IE6 and IE7 work best with VB6

dotnet is a futile experiment in mediocrity
sorry kids

move on to php or something; or else grow some balls and demand a
complete solution from M$
Sorry *chief*, if you knew what you were talking about, you would be
dangerous. I work with .Net solutions everyday both C# and VB.NET and
making that $$$$$$ too.

..NET is not only for Web centric solutions that use a browser but .NET
can also be used to develop Windows Desktop, Console Application, NT
Service, with the fore mentions solutions able to contact a Web server
if need be using HTTP or TCP using Binary or SOAP over HTTP Web Services
or Binary over TCP) and a whole host of other .NET application
solutions, down to cellular phones, watches and other such devices.

You have absolutely no clue as to what you're talking about period.

You should have your balls and your Johnson cut from you, shoved down
your throat, and your mouth sown shut for making such an ignorant post
as you have made here.
Feb 14 '07 #4
Mr. Arnold <"Mr. Arnold"@Arnold. COMThou milk-livered man. Thou damned
baseness. Thou loggerheaded bloody cannibal. Thou pot-bellied botchy
core. Ye blurted and ye denunciated:
if you knew what you were talking about, you would be dangerous.
Well done, DUHane. That has to be the PKB of the third millennium.

--
alt.usenet.kook s - Pierre Salinger Memorial Hook, Line & Sinker:
September 2005, April 2006, January 2007.

"K-Man's particular genius, however, lies not merely in his humour,
but his ability to make posters who had previously seemed reasonably
well-balanced turn into foaming, frothing, death threat-uttering
maniacs" - Snarky, Demon Lord of Confusion

Fuckwitted alt.atheism atheist to Kadaitcha Man:
"Imagine if I were to suggest "I have a prehensile tail". You
would, naturally, ask for evidence."

Kadaitcha Man in reply to fuckwitted alt.atheism atheist:
"Not at all. I would unquestionably accept your admission to being
a monkey."

"I have forgotten more about IT than both you sorry bitches combined."
DUHane Arnold in <r_************ ****@newsread2. news.pas.earthl ink.net>

Snarky: "I think 'Wolfy's taking the piss..."
Kadaitcha Man: "In which orifice?"
Feb 14 '07 #5
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT SEXY
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT NECESSARY

UNTIL MS BRINGS BACK CLIENTSIDE VBSCRIPT IN ASP.NET I WILL NOT LAY
DOWN AND SURRENDER

UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT SEXY
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT NECESSARY
dotnet doesn't work in 1/4 of the places that VB6 works.

it is a 25% solution at best.

Does it make sense for programmers to go from ONE LANGUAGE TO FOUR?

STICK A FUCKING CORK IN IT DIPSHIT

there's a hundred kids in China, willing to work for 1/100th of what
you do.. and they have free web servers; an IDE that doesn't go
'visual fred' every 18 months and free database servers

eat a dick whore

DOTNET IS A FAILURE, MOVE BACK TO VB6
On Feb 13, 10:37 pm, "Mr. Arnold" <"Mr. Arnold"@Arnold. COMwrote:
Larry Linson wrote:
IE6 and IE7 work best with VB6
dotnet is a futile experiment in mediocrity
sorry kids
move on to php or something; or else grow some balls and demand a
complete solution from M$

Sorry *chief*, if you knew what you were talking about, you would be
dangerous. I work with .Net solutions everyday both C# and VB.NET and
making that $$$$$$ too.

.NET is not only for Web centric solutions that use a browser but .NET
can also be used to develop Windows Desktop, Console Application, NT
Service, with the fore mentions solutions able to contact a Web server
if need be using HTTP or TCP using Binary or SOAP over HTTP Web Services
or Binary over TCP) and a whole host of other .NET application
solutions, down to cellular phones, watches and other such devices.

You have absolutely no clue as to what you're talking about period.

You should have your balls and your Johnson cut from you, shoved down
your throat, and your mouth sown shut for making such an ignorant post
as you have made here.

Feb 14 '07 #6
pf******@hotmai l.com Thou petty rebel. Thou riseth to play and go to bed
to work. Thou ingrown toenail. Thou tallow-face. Ye fulminated and ye
disagreed:
FUCKING HUSSY SPUNK SPITTER MOLL CLAM SMACKER UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS
NOT SEXY FUCKING BOX BUSTER UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT NECESSARY
FUCKING FAT JOHNSON ONE EYED MONSTER SACK OF SHIT BITCH VAGINA SMEGMA
SLUT SNATCH CUM SHAG
FUCKING LOVE TRUNCHEON FLESH-BAGS UNTIL MS BRINGS BACK CLIENTSIDE
VBSCRIPT FUCKING LOVE PILLOWS ASS MITES IN ASP.NET I WILL NOT LAY
FUCKING YELLOW BASTARD DOWN AND SURRENDER LICK TWAT VIRGIN SPUNK CRABS
SACK HELL SON OF A BITCH MAIN VEIN
FUCKING DUMBASS FLEAPIT BUTT SMASHER BUTT SMASHER UNNECESSARY CHANGE
IS NOT SEXY FUCKING BOOBIES UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT NECESSARY
FUCKING WHORE VAGINA DECLINER ASSHOLE TITS PUSSY GODDAMN TIT BLOWJOB
COCKSUCKER PUSSY DICK
FUCKING TOWN-BIKE WHORE dotnet doesn't work in 1/4 of FUCKING ANAL
FELCHING the places that VB6 works. CUNT SCRUBBER CLIT SHITHEAD HOOKER
LICK
FUCKING PUSSY LIPS GIBLET HONKIE OFFICE-PUMP FAST PARTY it is a 25%
solution at FUCKING BONER best. COCK SACK LESBIAN CUNT SCRUBBER DAMN
FUCKING SLEAZE-SLUT Does it make sense for programmers FUCKING
SHITFACE CAR WHORE to go from ONE LANGUAGE TO FUCKING CRUTCH FOUR?
MINGE PUBES MUFF MAIN VEIN GAY CUM SAUSAGE JOCKEY TITS LABIA CUM
SLINGER BULL SHIT
FUCKING DICK OF DEATH ARSESUCKER BUGGERY EYESORE GREASE MONKEY STICK A
FUCKING CORK IN IT FUCKING CUNT DIPSHIT SHIT I'D DO YOU PIMP FART BALL
BAG CUNT SCRAPER BASTARD FUCKER FELLATIO BASTARD AXE WOUND
FUCKING CARNAL MEMBER HALF-WIT there's a hundred kids in China,
FUCKING ASS BLASTER CAR WHORE willing to work for 1/100th of FUCKING
FRUIT BAT FESTERED SORE what you do.. and they have FUCKING
COCKSUCKERS CUNT-STRETCHER free web servers; an IDE that FUCKING FARM
ANIMAL doesn't go 'visual fred' every 18 FUCKING ALLEY-CAT FLASH-GIRL
months and free database servers LESBIAN BUM BANDIT CUNT-STICKER LABIA
FUCKING BITCH'S BLIND CRACK A FAT eat a dick whore HOOKER BITCH STAB
QUEER KNOB
FUCKING BEAT MOLL PUSSY-POKER DOTNET IS A FAILURE, MOVE FUCKING LOVE
CUSHIONS BACK TO VB6 TIT CUNT SCRUBBER GAYLORD CUNNY-CATCHER CHUTNEY
FERRET PORK SWORD BULLSHIT BUTT COCK
FUCKING FUCKSTICK ASS IN A SLING POLACK ARSE LICK CARNAL STUMP
BACK-DOOR MAN PECKERHEAD On Feb 13, 10:37 pm, FUCKING BELLY-BUMP FLIP
YOUR CLIT "Mr. Arnold" <"Mr. Arnold"@Arnold. COMwrote: FUCKING
CUNT-STRETCHER RIMJOB GONADS SON OF A BITCH PORK SWORD BASTARD TIT
MINGE SACK DOGGY

Feb 14 '07 #7
pf******@hotmai l.com wrote:
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT SEXY
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT NECESSARY

UNTIL MS BRINGS BACK CLIENTSIDE VBSCRIPT IN ASP.NET I WILL NOT LAY
DOWN AND SURRENDER
You can use VBScript, JavaScript and ECMAScript in ASP.NET solution on
the client or server side.

You can even use pure JavaScript with the ASP.NET code behind file that
has no Web form or Web controls, eliminating the Post Back even period,
with Ajax Pro for .NET. The .NET Code Behind file is only used to
provide proxies for utilities such access to databases, etc, etc.

http://www.codeplex.com/AjaxPro
>
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT SEXY
UNNECESSARY CHANGE IS NOT NECESSARY
You don't know what you're talking about when it comes to .NET.
>

dotnet doesn't work in 1/4 of the places that VB6 works.
Again, you don't know what you're talking about when it comes to .NET. I
have been using VB.NET and have used VB 6 for many years. I don't have a
problem using VB.NET. It has done everything I have asked it to do and
more programming wise. And so has C# .NET done everything and more I
have asked it to do programming wise.
>
it is a 25% solution at best.

Does it make sense for programmers to go from ONE LANGUAGE TO FOUR?

STICK A FUCKING CORK IN IT DIPSHIT
You don't know what you're talking about when it comes to .NET.
>
there's a hundred kids in China, willing to work for 1/100th of what
you do.. and they have free web servers; an IDE that doesn't go
'visual fred' every 18 months and free database servers
They can do whatever they want there in that country. It doesn't hold
water here in the US.

And again, you don't know what you're talking about when it comes to .NET
>
eat a dick whore

DOTNET IS A FAILURE, MOVE BACK TO VB6
I would say that the rest of the software language developers would
disagree with you.

http://www.dotnetpowered.com/languages.aspx

..Net is a standard that is owned by the ISO and ECMA. MS doesn't own
..NET. MS owns VB.NET which is proprietary to MS. MS gave .NET away so
that it could ratified as a *standard* to be used by anyone who has
contacted the ISO and ECMA to use the common .Net Framework CLI/CLR
which is common to all .NET languages.

MS doesn't own C# .NET either which has been ratified as standard owned
and controlled by the ISO and ECMA. C++ will be next to be ratified as a
standard owned and controlled by the ISO and ECMA

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.NET_Fr..._and_Licensing

I like your lip service that won't hold water. .NET is not going
anywhere and it will be used regardless of you like it or not.

It's plain and simple. You're out of touch with reality and out of your
mind.
Feb 14 '07 #8
Amaurohydnum Moraviensis aka I don't have to say it wrote:
>

Well done, DUHane. That has to be the PKB of the third millennium.
You're right there with the rest of us you hag. You're a double pot
calling kettle black. Damn any millennium, as you have never changed
your stinking tampon since the beginning of time. How sharp is that on
your tampon change?

<hag>
Feb 14 '07 #9
Bo************* @gmail.com wrote:
>
The computers in question are using IE6 on XP Pro SP2. I use IE6 on
XP PRO SP2 here at work and everything is fine. I have also tried on
other computers using IE6, IE7, Firefox 1.x and 2.0 with no problems.
It is only IE6 on some machines. The processes for the account lookup
and the product lookup are identical except for the different tables
and fields.
The bottom line is there is something different about those machines
you're having problems with. You need to find out what the difference is
and address the problem.

Feb 14 '07 #10

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