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hi guys
i am developing an online auction kind of environment , using MyEclispe
i need to refresh the max amount for every customer present in list
eg
cust1 bids 1000
cust2 bids 1500
cust1 web page should be automatically refreshed to new maxamount 1500 , i have a service that brings the max amount
please give me suggestion guys ..!!!
 
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Hi!
First of all, I think you are in the wrong forum.
With that said, you need to enable the server to push data to the client browser or perform periodic updates of the webpage.
The first, pushing data to the client browser, can be accomplished with AJAX or Comet.
The second is simpler - the following will cause a webpage to be refreshed every 5 seconds:

Best wishes!
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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