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Hi,
I've written a JSP page, but need to know if someone was refreshed or reloaded a page. How can I check to see of someone has reloaded/refreshed their webpage? TIA.
Kevin
 
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where do u want to check this? on the server side or the client side?
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if the person has refreshed the data, then this will have come from the server, and then the server will be able to know about it... ie: the servlet will be run to do this?!?!?!
 
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How abt the client side?
 
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Kevin,
Because of the nature of the browser/HTTP it maynot be possible to send a message back to the server when the user clicks either stop or refresh. Instead the browser closes the socket connection to the server and the server will throw an IOException in such a case and u could detect this....
Not really sure of any other way other than the above.
Let me know how u solved the problem....
Thanks,-PC RE
 
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