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From "Micah R. Condon" <mic...@webdezyne.com>
Subject Re: client interact with server -- other than "submit"?
Date Mon, 08 Apr 2002 19:02:01 GMT
Hi -

I've done this a couple of different ways, depending on which browser
versions we need to support.  IE 5.x and Netscape 6+ have the capability to
send an xml document or a normal get or post request without reloading the
whole page; you can use javascript to read your form state and package a
request either in SOAP format or some other format, submit it to the server,
receive and parse the response, and then update your page state, all without
refreshing the page.  To the user, it looks and feels much more like a
desktop app now than a traditional web form

I can send you more details later if you're interested

Micah R. Condon



----- Original Message -----
From: "Henry" <hxzhang@binary-solutions.net>
To: "Tomcat Users List" <tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, April 08, 2002 11:56 AM
Subject: client interact with server -- other than "submit"?


> a little off topic here:
>
> is there a way for client side html/dhtml  interact with server side
> (get/set value into database) without resorting to "submit" function?  The
> reason I want it is that once
> a page is submitted, its content is lost, unless manually reload and reset
> all user inputs,
> which is tiresome.
>
>
> thanx a lot!
>
>
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