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lak
Hi friends,
I have to parse a XML file and when it is changed I need to change in
the front end.
If I use the settimeout() then it is working.
But I don't what to use the settimeout() function.

Is there any other way to do that?

Oct 6 '08 #1
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On Oct 6, 6:22*pm, lak <lakindi...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi friends,
I have to parse a XML file and when it is changed I need to change in
the front end.
If I use the settimeout() then it is working.
But I don't what to use the settimeout() function.

Is there any other way to do that?
It will bettre if ur write your question little descriptive.
So that we can try to answer it.

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http://phpinterviewanswers.blogspot.com/
Oct 7 '08 #2

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lak
On Oct 7, 1:10 pm, Rider <shaha...@gmail.comwrote:
On Oct 6, 6:22 pm, lak <lakindi...@gmail.comwrote:
Hi friends,
I have to parse a XML file and when it is changed I need to change in
the front end.
If I use the settimeout() then it is working.
But I don't what to use the settimeout() function.
Is there any other way to do that?

It will bettre if ur write your question little descriptive.
So that we can try to answer it.

--------------------------------------------http://phpinterviewanswers.blogspot.com/
I am having an XML file that contains some records.
I need to parse that file and display the records in the form of
table.
If I change the file, i.e. if I modified some contents in the XML
file, that needs to be updated in the table automatically.

For that I used the settimeout(Ajaxfunc,1000). So this will call the
ajax function and from the Ajax function I am getting the updated
content.

But I don't want to use the settimeout() function.

Is there any other way?
Oct 7 '08 #3

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lak wrote:
On Oct 7, 1:10 pm, Rider <shaha...@gmail.comwrote:
>On Oct 6, 6:22 pm, lak <lakindi...@gmail.comwrote:
>>Hi friends,
I have to parse a XML file and when it is changed I need to change in
the front end.
If I use the settimeout() then it is working.
But I don't what to use the settimeout() function.
Is there any other way to do that?
It will bettre if ur write your question little descriptive.
So that we can try to answer it.

--------------------------------------------http://phpinterviewanswers.blogspot.com/

I am having an XML file that contains some records.
I need to parse that file and display the records in the form of
table.
If I change the file, i.e. if I modified some contents in the XML
file, that needs to be updated in the table automatically.

For that I used the settimeout(Ajaxfunc,1000). So this will call the
ajax function and from the Ajax function I am getting the updated
content.

But I don't want to use the settimeout() function.

Is there any other way?
Not in PHP. PHP is server side, and you need to have something pull
from the client side.

Ajax will work, as you found, and you'll get a better result for Ajax
questions in comp.lang.javascript. You can also use other client-side
programming such as flash or java applets.

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Oct 7 '08 #4

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lak wrote:
On Oct 7, 1:10 pm, Rider <shaha...@gmail.comwrote:
>On Oct 6, 6:22 pm, lak <lakindi...@gmail.comwrote:
>>Hi friends,
I have to parse a XML file and when it is changed I need to change in
the front end.
If I use the settimeout() then it is working.
But I don't what to use the settimeout() function.
Is there any other way to do that?
It will bettre if ur write your question little descriptive.
So that we can try to answer it.

--------------------------------------------http://phpinterviewanswers.blogspot.com/

I am having an XML file that contains some records.
I need to parse that file and display the records in the form of
table.
If I change the file, i.e. if I modified some contents in the XML
file, that needs to be updated in the table automatically.

For that I used the settimeout(Ajaxfunc,1000). So this will call the
ajax function and from the Ajax function I am getting the updated
content.

But I don't want to use the settimeout() function.

Is there any other way?
What do you have against settimeout?
Oct 8 '08 #5

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