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Question: take too long to login???

lydia westland
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Joined: Feb 24, 2002
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Dear Ranchers,
I had a problem when dealing with login. After clicking "login" button, the login takes up to 1 minutes, and during the servlet processing, the users just click this button again and again and again Can I change the mouse shape to something different during the transaction? Or can I have some temporary page saying "during login processing ..." things like that? what is a good method to resolve this?
I really appreciated your great help.


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William Brogden
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I think the best solution would be some JavaScript to disable the button once it has been pressed. That way it doesn't take any action by the server side at all.
Bill
lydia westland
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Joined: Feb 24, 2002
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Thank you very much Bill. I will try to use button1.disable.But my button is an image button. do you think it'll still work?
Juanjo Bazan
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Joined: Feb 04, 2002
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Do not make it a submit button.
when clicked, call a function where you check a variable before submitting. Change the value of a variable from 0 to 1. And only submit the form if this value is 0.
HTH
chanoch wiggers
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an increasingly common solution to this problem is to immediately redirect the user to a "please wait" page which has an automatic redirect using the META tag. Virgin trains in the uk has this, and they even cycle through a number of gifs that look like a clock counting down the seconds.
if you are worried about browsers that dont support refresh tags, etc, i dont think thats relevant anymore - browsers that dont support refresh tags are phone ones, some pda ones and robots, and represnt 0% of your typical traffic.
You can find information on the META tag to do this and/or how to do this with javascript on the internet if you search for javascript timer but here is a hint:
http://grizzlyweb.com/webmaster/javascripts/refresh.asp


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