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BSP flicker-free technique

I'm wanting to use the flicker-free(double buffering) technique for my BSP application. I've copied the HTML page 'session_buffered_frame.htm' from the BSP application 'system' and included into my application renaming to default.htm. Everything works perfect except when you click the I.E browser Refresh button. What's occurring is when you click Refresh button the application is returning to first page(entry point) of the application. Does anyone know of a work around to avoid this problem. Also if your using the system login.htm page from BSP application 'system' does this support the flicker-free technique ? When I use the default window login the flicker-free technique works OK but when you reference the system login via SICF (Error Pages/redirect) it seems not to work. Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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  • Posted on Aug 28, 2003 at 01:41 PM

    Hello Gary

    I'm sorry I don't have an answer but a question for you.

    Any reson why you didn't post you BSP questions in the BSP forum?

    Best regards

    Thomas Madsen Nielsen

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    • Hi Gary,

      I think by now you have found the BSP Forum.

      Actually we moved it today under the Web Application Server area.

      Therefore it is: Collaboration -> SDN Forums -> Web Application Server -> Business Server Pages

      I am posting this, also because some of the answers are mysteriously empty, we almost never moderate any posts and there is no reason to do that here. The system is playing a trick on us.

      Hope with this post it will fix it.

      Best, Mark.

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