Simply put, AJAX (Asynchronous Java Script and XML) lets you use Java Script to send and receive information from the server asynchronously without page redirection or refreshes.
You can use AJAX to grab information and update the Web page that your user is currently viewing with that information.
The following article uses options that are available starting with the Enterprise edition and project type.
Very often it is necessary to update the text of an Edit control when the user clicks a button which resides on the same dialog.
Their user name will be associated with other information, such as photos they upload or articles they write.
Running this script in My SQL or any other database platform will create the Web-site's database, a user for that database, and the table that will be used to store Web-site visitor registration information.
You can create an interaction for this that will appear very slick to the user.
With j Query's AJAX functionality, you can avoid page reloads or redirections to other pages (Figure 4.1).
In order to avoid this issue you can use an Advanced Installer predefined custom action, as described below.
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