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I had a JSP page where <form id="frmCreateMain" name="frmCreateMain" method="post" action="matchToPreexisting.jsp" target="addrstand"> has call to the database, which is causing the delay in sending a XML response back which is getting parsed on everykey stroke which is time consuming. So, some how I need to get this delay reduced.
Here the scenario works like below:
The front end is the JSP Page that is displayed to the normal user.
Any thing that is displayed on the GUI, that might be either label or the text box or might be any thing is being populated from XML file.
The underneath XSL file is generating the HTML file based on the XML at the GUI.
And my understanding of the code is correct and sure.
If you want it to happen with each keystroke and don't mind waiting, leave it as it is. If you don't want it fired until the user is done working with the given field, use the onchange or onblur event triggers instead.