ASP.Net find if the client is connected

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Use the IsClientConnected property of the HttpResponse class to find if the client is still connected. This is useful , so that we can check before we start some resource intensive operations on the server.

Use the IsClientConnected property of the HttpResponse class to find if the client is still connected. This is useful , so that we can check before we start some resource intensive operations on the server.

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