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BOOK: Beginning Ajax with ASP.NET
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Old August 14th, 2007, 02:03 AM
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Default ResponseText property of XMLHTTPRequest Object

Hi ,

Does the responseText property return only the contents of the page as it is stored in the page or does process the page as well? I want to return the server time when the user clicks on a button , lets suppose. For this I am using an asp page which I am specifyin in the Open property of the xmlHttp object. The contents of the asp page is as mentioned below:
<%
Reponse.Expires = -1
Reponse.Write(time)
%>
The problem is that when I am clicking the button I am not able to see the time instead the whole code as written above is filled in the textbox I am using to show the time.

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Prashant.
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Default ResponseText property of XMLHTTPRequest Object

hello,

even i came across the same problem.. i changed my browser from mozilla to internet explorer and it started working.. give it a try
 


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