Loïc moisy wrote:
Hi Everyone !
I've coded a php site for a musical store. At the end of every page, before closing the connection, I send an UPDATE request to increment a statistical tool. Recently I saw weird results, so I tried to understand. Looking in my logs, I saw that this request could be sent several times, arbitrary - can be 5 times or 8 or whatever... So my counter is incremented from 4 to 8 times. The server seems to resend the whole requestes several times. I have read all of my scripts, even coded some trace code, and sure there is no loop.
The code seems like that:
$counter++; $SQL = "UPDATE statistics SET VALUE (`counter` = $counter)" $res = mysql_query($SQL); mysql_closedb($DB);
So, I do not see anything strange. Can u help me ? My own thought about it is something like a buffer not empty or something like that.
We had a problem like this on our site for a while. It turned out that soneone had put an empty image tag on the site which was causing the browser to go to the same page *again*. Check to make sure that all of your images have the src attribute filled out.
-- paperCrane <Justin Patrin>
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