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Thread: This is a mega tough one!!I hope this can be done!!!!

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    Here's my situation.

    My application is on the web, i'm using asp,javascript and
    HTML(of course).
    At some point you'll have on your screen a list, from
    7:00am to 7:00pm with 7/8 minutes intervals.When you click
    on one row there's another screen that you can enter valu
    and when you press ok, it save it in the database and i
    recreate my list, for me it's ok cause i see the changes in
    my new list, but if somebody else have the list on their
    screen, the change will not be made unless he hit the refresh. How can i make the other see the changes without
    having to refresh it in intervall.

    This is how my application work:
    Code:
    index->load.asp<->populateArray.asp
             |->list.asp<----------------|
                   |->edit.asp<->populateArray.asp
    index.html:my startup page

    load.asp:verify some stuff, call populateArray and then
    redirect to list.asp

    populateArray.asp:I load every table in my database in
    array(bcuz it's faster)

    list.asp:list everything in my array

    edit.asp:to edit and it call populateArray and it redirect
    to list.asp.



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    Common, it would be a big step for me and my project.
    If anybody know how, does somebody know if it's possible?

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    Should i use DHTML????????

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    Or should i use databinding??


























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