Riiiiiiiiiiight, anyway, since Adobe Acrobat is the worst possible answer for
updating in real time (and completely wouldn't work), I would say, yes,
two frames should work, but you might even want a third (hidden) at the
bottom that never stops executing, just pulling entry's out when new ones
are added, and use _javascript_ to add them to the right frames with the ideas.

On Tue, 2003-02-11 at 10:16, Hutchins, Richard wrote:
1. This question has nothing to do with PHP or databases.
2. Adobe already thought of it: Adobe Acrobat 5.0.

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> I'm thinking about making a little tool where people can
> contribute ideas in
> real time. Thus far, the best way I can see to do this is via 2 frames
>
> Frame 1: for entering data - which is inserted into a table.
>
> Frame 2: would select from the table. It would also refresh
> frequently -
> say every 30 seconds.
>
> But perhaps you have a more elegant solution?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Jeffrey Baumgartner
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