> From: "Richard B Baird" <rbaird@esourceconsulting.com>
> If you have one, a browser based solution (javascript) would
> be ideal - this is an intranet application and all users have
> IE 5.0 or above.

Richard,

The JavaScript solution we discussed sounds adequate for your needs.
However, if you were talking about a widely used Internet application, I
think a server based solution would probably be needed too.  On the
Internet, you can't always count on JavaScript to solve that type of
problem.

My Relational-Web interface automatically solves this type of problem by
queuing requests for the user, rather than launching a 2nd instance of the
application to handle the 2nd "click".

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com




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