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Error message when you use the Response. BinaryWrite method to send the file to the client computer and the AspBufferingOn property is set to False. If this limit is insufficient, use one of the following methods.
Method 1: Decrease the response size To resolve this issue when you use the Response. BinaryWrite method and ASP buffering is turned off, verify that the data that is returned to the client is not larger than 4 MB. If the response is larger than the 4 MB default value, this size frequently causes a poor user experience. The Web browser must receive the large response over the network.
To enable or disable buffering at the page level, you can use the Response. If you must increase the buffer limit, select a buffer limit that allows for the largest known response size. If you do not know the largest response size in advance, you can increase the buffer limit to a large value during testing. After you finish testing, use the largest value that appears in the sc-bytesfield in the IIS log file for the response that is generated for the page.
For example, the number sets the buffering limit size to 64 MB. To confirm that the buffer limit is set correctly, follow these steps: Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK. More Information When you use the Response. BinaryWrite method and ASP response buffering is disabled, you can only send 4 MB of data to the client unless the buffering limit property for the page is explicitly set. Additionally, the BinaryWrite API fails if the response to the client is larger than the buffer limit value even though ASP response buffering is turned off.
Note We recommend that you enable ASP response buffering. ASP response buffering increases the performance of a Web application.
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