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the page cannot be displayed in records insert time

Posted By: Riasul Hassan     Posted Date: November 03, 2010    Points:2   Category :ASP.Net
Hi All.
In my company website previously working fine.after login page the user click menu,the new page will open.after opening the user enter the some values in textbox nearly 15 values after that user click the submit button on that time the page is sending records to database after 10 seconds page cannot be displayed message appeared in internet explorer.

For information:on the submit button click
(1)15 records insert in to sql server database (insert query)
(2)after inserting select query will run
(3)after select query the from the sql server selected records will goes to mail
on that time the mail user name ,password also take from sql server database for sending mail
(4)mail sending process going
(5)the above process are running user click the submit button

The asp.net website working previously fine.now one weeks are problem
what i do ,any one please help to solve this issue.
this is very urgent for me

your co-operation is highly appreciated.


Author: Asha.MP             
Posted Date: November 07, 2010     Points: 5   


Use Update panel for the user input means 15 user input are there in your website no for that,If you use Update panel it will refresh partial page update. I think it may fast your page load.
If you want more details on Update panel Let me know by reply...

Thanks and Regards,

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