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How can I get an ASP page to either run a function within itself or SQL stored procedure without waiting for a response, i.e. kick it off but move on don't worry about waiting for any returned values.
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There should be some invisible return, in a hidden frame or in an image. When you do it as an image, you'll have return some code,
<img src="runthisfile.asp" width=1 height=1>

============
runthisfile.asp
============

<%
Response.ContentType = "image/GIF"
' your code here


%>
<!-- #include virtual="/images/pixel.gif" -->

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by:SteveWood
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Sybe,

Soory for being a bit thick, but will this result in my calling asp running at the same time as the called asp, i.e. will they both end up running simaltaneously.  I don't want the calling asp to stop while the called asp is running.

I'll accept or reject your answer when you can clarify this for me.  Cheers.
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Ignore my last little message.  I have just carried out some tests and the speed difference is startling.  75% faster on my function.  WOW.

Thanks for you quick response.
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