> From: Chris Heilmann
> Sorry, didn't want to appear rude. It is just that of all the 4 projects
> we have done like this so far, none of them works properly in this or that
> surrounding. We fixed it in the end by cutting down on the amount of data
> and turn it into a searchable matrix rather than "excell in asp.net".
> Sorry again.
> I'd say overflow is what helped most, Iframes were a nightmare as they
> need to interact with each other all the time. Also, the amount of data
> sent back and forth was slowing down a lot, so make sure you have a fat
> server for it.
So overflow was the route you found the most useful? We are going to give
them options to control the data returned and it should cut it down to under
a hundred rows at any given point - but there is always one who will want to
see EVERYTHING so I have to plan for 1,000's of rows. I had looked at
iframes and thought they were as much of a nightmare as regular frames. How
did you control the height just set it for what you hoped everyone could
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