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Posted 28 Apr 2005

Detecting Page Refresh

, 28 Apr 2005
A common problem that Web application developers encounter is how to stop the user from refreshing the page. So What to do? Although we can’t stop the user from refreshing the page but we can determine if this event has already occurred and then take appropriate action.

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Altaf Al-Amin
United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates
Altaf Al-Amin Najvani
Project Manager
Commercial Bank Of Dubai

BS - Computer Science
Masters In Project Management
Masters In Business Administration

CISA - Certified Information Systems Auditor
ITIL (Foundation)
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (SQL Server 2005)
Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (Web Applications)
Microsoft Certified Application Developer (.NET)
Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (.NET)

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