On 8/3/07, Michael Peters <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
>
> Then you don't really want it to be asynchronous do you. That's what async
> means. It means the function will return regardless of when the operation
> finishes.


Eggie-

you're having design issues. Michael told you right; you can't have it async
and have a return value that depends on the Ajax response. You have to
rethink the design of your "Database" class. Please continue this discussion
on the "Spinoffs" mailing list or IRC, as this list is inappropriate.

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