Getting in the road with the question. I have assigned the Ajax.Request to a
but in the ajax request code i've add an onSuccess function to be called.
This will be called multiple times if I make multiple requests? or just the
last one will be completed?
:: Ricardo Verhaeg ::
Bacharelado Ciências da Computação - USP - São Carlos (2005)
On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 09:53, Alex Mcauley <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> you can assign the request to a variable
> myRequest = new Ajax.Request(......
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> From: "Manish" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: "Prototype & script.aculo.us" <
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> Subject: [Proto-Scripty] new AjaxRequest.....
> > Whenever we do new AjaxRequest a new activeX object is created and
> > sent to the url. Suppose you click multiple times, multiple request
> > objects are sent to the url. If 5 requests sent 5 responses come back.
> > My data on the page refreshes 5 times. Is there a way so that if I
> > send multiple requests the browser returns only the responce
> > corresponding to the last request sent.
> > If I dont use prototype.js I can do this by declaring a variable
> > request at a global scope and then assign the new activeX object to
> > the same variable everytime it is required. so it does'nt matter how
> > many requests i sent only the last one will remain as the reference
> > variable was same. Please let me know how to handle the issue using
> > prototype.js.
> > Thanks
> > >
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