Subject: [xsl] Preventing second click|
From: "Oleg Konovalov" <olegkon@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 23:43:34 -0400
I have a web XSLT application which is (among other things) doing large SQL Insert's, so sometimes it takes a while, user becomes impatient and clicks again (or just does double-click), and the same data is getting inserted again creating duplicate rows.
Do you think that might work ? (that input is not a Submit button, the page actually reloads when any DB transaction is done)
The complication is that the <body> and <input> are in different XSL files, i.e. if the button is in the "grandchild" of the <body> form (child xsl:include's the parent which includes a grandparent containg the <body>). Do they really share a "document" ? Doesn't seem to work for me.
Thank you in advance, Oleg. P.S.: Actually, it's a Cocoon/XSLT application with Actions written in Java, but I didn't want to go into that, hoping for a simple non-Java solution [without multi-threading and other potential troubles].