What are people doing to make sure their ajax responses apply to pages
in the correct order? I'm using an onkeyup form component updater for a
find-as-you-type query a fairly large database. Incorrect results are
often rendered because the second-to-last request responds after the
actual last request. (This makes sense, as a query returning fewer
results is often faster.)

It's a "like '%token%'" query so mysql has to scan the whole table.
Bummer, but I need that first %. I played around with the throttle delay
but it didn't make a difference. I'd like to just throw out the
out-of-order response. Even better would be if the ajax request didn't
happen until the user paused typing.

Any ideas?

Nathan



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