[Newby question] Can't the back button cause database problems?
nigel.thorne at gmail.com
Wed Jan 18 02:49:17 UTC 2006
I have a quick question about state. Seaside apps react to the back button
by restoring the previous state. So if I have the counter up, then click ++
then click back I get back to 0 and clicking ++ takes me to 1 again. I love
If the 'click' the user performed caused a new record to be stored in a
database (for example), and then the user presses the back button, do you
ever get into a situation where the user is trying to create the same record
twice, or believes the changes they made is now undone...
I am sorry for the vaigueness of the question. I am currently stil trying to
get my head around how seaside integrates with persistance (so.. GOODS for
Extreme Programmer & Coach
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