ALP Response.End method
Denies any further output made by the script.



After the call to the End method all output methods and properties will not generate errors but output will be ignored and the script will finish its execution without chance to make additional changes to the output.



<% Response.End() %>


ALP End method is similar to the Response.End in classic ASP, but its behavior is a bit different. ALP runs in environments without guarantee for existence of additional services that server side software can use. One of the consequences is script termination. ALP supports that feature and scripts are terminated when exceeding the specified execution timeout, but this situation is not recommended. It is always recommended script execution to complete normally. Thus the End method does not terminate the script it only denies the output. It is recommended scripts design to allow normal completion.

Applies to: Response object

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