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Bug #3376 See attached
Submitted: 2000-02-01 13:57 UTC Modified: 2000-02-01 14:39 UTC
From: lingqin at mtcibs dot com Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Sybase-ct (ctlib) related
PHP Version: 3.0.14 OS: Unix & windows NT
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2000-02-01 13:57 UTC] lingqin at mtcibs dot com
Sir,
    I got the problem while I was tring to call javaScript function used
for reseting the input fields in a form. Please see the follow code:
    <a href=" " onClick="isFormReset(this); return false;"><img
src="images/clear_button.gif" border="0" ></a>

When I click the clear_button image, the page is reloaded instead of
just clear the input fields. It does call the fuction isFormReset(),
but, after that, it reloads the page again. Why?         With other
server, the similar situation works well.

Another question, I want to know if there is a method to let  the stored
procedure called from database  and also if there is a way to cache the
large amount data first, then retrieve it part by part in the same page.
At this time, when the query result with huge amount of data, I just
dispaly part of  them. when I try to display next part, I have to redo
the query and display the next part with the start row as the last row
+l from the former part. So, it is realy slow down the speed. Let the
users feel boring when they have to wait for the whole process start
again.

Thanks,
Ling


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