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Back end application

Hi
Is it possible to create back end application (in any
language) i.e. continueously tracks when user access
particular URL (for example url contains one form and
user is filling form) and whats he typing in the form.
Ofcourse, application would be installed on user
machine.Please keep in mind that we don't have any
control on website like its hosted by somewhere.
Thanx in advance
David
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Hi
Is it possible to create back end application (in any
language) i.e. continueously tracks when user access
particular URL (for example url contains one form and
user is filling form) and whats he typing in the form.
Ofcourse, application would be installed on user
machine.Please keep in mind that we don't have any
control on website like its hosted by somewhere.
Thanx in advance
David

Jul 19 '05 #2
"david" wrote:
Hi
Is it possible to create back end application (in any
language) i.e. continueously tracks when user access
particular URL (for example url contains one form and
user is filling form) and whats he typing in the form.
Ofcourse, application would be installed on user
machine.Please keep in mind that we don't have any
control on website like its hosted by somewhere.
Thanx in advance
David


If the application is stored on the user's workstation then they would have
to download the application, agree to install it and then use it with your
site. For a form just to see what the user is typing in, this seems a bit
too much. If you want to know what the user is typing in, as they type it,
then onChange on the text field will do that.

It that is not what you're referring to, then you will need to provide a
clearer explanation.
--
Roland

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