What does Response.End will do?

Skill/Topic: Intermediate
A) It will stop the server process
B) It will stop the client process
C) None of the above

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  • May 23rd, 2006

The Process doesn't stop. But the browser does not send the client side.

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  • Jul 24th, 2013

I think the answer was slightly misstated. It stops the server process from continuing that current page process. As stated by Microsoft in the below quote, it will return whatever is in the buffer (if anything).

"If Response.Buffer is set to TRUE, calling Response.End flushes the buffer. If you do not want output returned to the user, you should first call Response.Clear."

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  • Feb 24th, 2015


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Pratul Tripathi

  • Sep 2nd, 2015

It will stop the execution of request. Order is as below
1- Return all buffered output to client
2- Stop the process at server
3- Raise *EndRequest* Event.

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