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Disable Refresh Button of IE ??  RSS feed

 
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Hi,
Can I disable Refresh Button of IE. I want to disbale Refresh button because my problem is when user click on Refresh button then my jsp page again submitting and creating duplicate record in database.Can any one please guide me how i can prevent so that my jsp page should not be submitted on page refresh.
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Bikash
[ February 29, 2004: Message edited by: Bikash Paul ]
 
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You need to figure out how to stop it on the server side.
First check if the record exsists. If it does then you do not enter it. One SQL query will solve you problem. There is no way to do it with JavaScript.
Eric
 
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You could have 2 pages:
1 - gets record from session and displays
2 - JSP or Servlet, that saves record
form on page 1 will submit data to page 2,
page 2 will save data in DB if needed and use response.sendRedirect to sent user to page 1.
Then he could refresh as much as he wants
 
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Hi all,
Thanks for suggestions.
Thanks & Regards
Bikash
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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