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Default Response.Write to generate HTML

Hello everyone. I started working with VB .NET after the company I'm at used the aspx migration wizard. We have reports that run using data from SQL, and it is given to the browser by tags created with Response.Write. Some of these reports cause IE to use in excess of 500mb of memory. Some people cannot even run the reports. My question is whether the problem is related to Response.Write being used to generate the HTML. I would think it is just something to do with the huge amount of data that IE has to format and display. Is there a better method for IE? Any tips or feedback is appreciated. Thanks!






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