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a simple question!!!!

 
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hi folks!
wat if a jsp page is being executed on server side. Only 5 instructions r executed out of 10 n user clicks the back button of the browser. now the last 5 instructions r left but u wanted to execute all the 10 instructions. how to handle this?
how to do it in a single transaction?? thanks
 
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Hai,
I think you can for Page buffer. Enable the page buffer so that the executed responses are not sent to the client immediately.
 
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but isnt there any alternative tachnique like in VB using begin n end block for transactions???
 
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