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Threading in javascript?

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I have an excel file in a specific location. I want to process the
file and display data in an html page. But there are many users. I
know how to call the excel object in the script and stuff... Won't
there be a problem if two or more people try to access the same file.
To handle this I suppose some elementary threading should do. But I am
not someone who has worked with this idea before. How can I tackle
this problem?

--deostroll

Jun 14 '07 #1
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On Thu, 14 Jun 2007 17:24:02 +0000, deostroll wrote:
I have an excel file in a specific location. I want to process the file
and display data in an html page. But there are many users. I know how
to call the excel object in the script and stuff... Won't there be a
problem if two or more people try to access the same file. To handle
this I suppose some elementary threading should do. But I am not someone
who has worked with this idea before. How can I tackle this problem?
Threading will do nothing to solve an Excel file locking issue.

It's time to move to a real database back-end.
Jun 14 '07 #2

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