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Probelms with timers

From: Nelson Spessard <nspessard@yahoo.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jan 2002 07:30:45 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <20020131153045.24987.qmail@web13408.mail.yahoo.com>
To: wwwlib maillist <www-lib@w3.org>
Cc: Michel Philip <philipm@altern.org>
Mike,
Somehow I missed your earlier posting so I appoligize.
 But from you response I have a question.
You indicated in your message that the timer is set to
the context.  As I understand this the context that I
am creating is set to the modified finger.  Is this
correct?
If I want to put this "dead-man" switch in place
shouldn't it be linked to the host object?  And if so
how could I do this?  The documentation leads me to
believe that the host object can not have additional
timers set to it.

On a secondary note.  The following link seems to
always hang in this loop.
http://time.qpass.com/QRefer?Qurl=http://www.time.com/time/magazine/archives/&QRef-0.0.0.1%20/account%2068533025&AQff=CNN_txtlink

IF your notes are correct then I should be getting an
error message coming back on the Response object and
as such Should be able to put a callback in linked to
the HT_Error event for the object.  Is this correct? 
Also if the HT_Error is being generated why does the
system not return?  The HTLoad_Anchor and HTLoadToFile
both will enter but from that point the system will
not return from these commands...shouldn't the library
return the error or at minimum just return?  I know I
must be missing something :-).

Thanks for the help.

Nelson


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