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loading explorer

Hi,

  When I'm using visual j++ debugger, and I'm clicking the
  option 'run to cursor',  the debugger load MS Explorer
  3.0 and there seems to be 30 or 40 seconds which is spent
  int a HTML file (VJ92D1.HTML) on MSDEV\bin before my   source code appear. It's a quite simple dummy java   program, but I don't know if there's a way to speed up   that or if it is normal. I've a penthium 100 Mhz and
  128 MB of free space on my C drive.
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jfbe
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majklCommented:
It it normal for do this for J++.
I am using Visual Cafe Pro and is much faster.
Blame it on Microsoft.
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jfbeAuthor Commented:
Well, I proposed 100 points because I thought it was a complex question related to a setup problem or something. I don't want
to be injust, but it is simply hard to believe that MicroSoft
sold such a package with such an incredible characteristic. I've
try to get some other comments or either to detect in the java
newsgroup if someone complained about this aspect and I didn't
see it under this topic after few minutes. I'm not even sure if
you used Visual j++ in the past or just Cafe, you were not very explicit but if it is not a 'normal' feature than your answer
doesn't help me. I may buy Cafe this year but actually although I'm not in adoration in front of MS products it's hard to believe
that there's not a way to solve this problem and that they considered this feature as 'normal'.
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Ted HoppCommented:
Are you set up with a dial-up network connection? If so, it may be that MSIE is waiting for a network response and blocks until it times out. You can test this by establishing a network connection and repeating the 'run to cursor' action. If it works faster, then that's the problem.

To fix it, do the following. First, disable DNS in your TCP configuration: Select Control Panel, Select Network, Select TCP/IP, Select DNS tab and disable DNS. Then reenable DNS by selecting the properties window of your dial-up networking icon, selecting TCP/IP properties and enabling DNS there.

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