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ASP.NET Preventing Table insert after clicking on page refresh

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I have a page that inserts a record into a table upon clicking submit, how can I prevent a duplicate insert from occurring if the user clicks on Refresh after clicking on submit?
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Question by:ITHelper80
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by:nkhelashvili
ID: 24139683
Don`t you want to add primary key to your table???
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by:ITHelper80
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I am adding primary keys to the table upon submit....I dont want a duplicate record to be inserted, which is what is happening now if the user refreshes the page
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by:spprivate
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one way to do this is to have a status flag.So once submitted change the flag to false .Make it true only when you have new data.
So when updating,check for this flag and do the update.
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by:nkhelashvili
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then you must refresh session variables (if you have)  on page refresh
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by:GiftsonDJohn
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http://www.gklein.org/tests/js/disablekey.html

function disableKey(event) {
  if (!event) event = window.event;
  if (!event) return;

  var keyCode = event.keyCode ? event.keyCode : event.charCode;

  //window.status = keyCode;
  //alert(keyCode);
 
  // keyCode for F% on Opera is 57349 ?!
 
  if (keyCode == 116) {
   window.status = "F5 key detected! Attempting to disabling default response.";
   window.setTimeout("window.status='';", 2000);

   // Standard DOM (Mozilla):
   if (event.preventDefault) event.preventDefault();

   //IE (exclude Opera with !event.preventDefault):
   if (document.all && window.event && !event.preventDefault) {
     event.cancelBubble = true;
     event.returnValue = false;
     event.keyCode = 0;
   }

   return false;
  }
}

function setEventListener(eventListener) {
  if (document.addEventListener) document.addEventListener('keypress', eventListener, true);
  else if (document.attachEvent) document.attachEvent('onkeydown', eventListener);
  else document.onkeydown = eventListener;
 
  if (!document.getElementById) return;
  var el = document.getElementById("Msg");
  if (el) el.innerHTML = "Event handler added.";
}

function unsetEventListener(eventListener) {
  if (document.removeEventListener) document.removeEventListener('keypress', eventListener, true);
  else if (document.detachEvent) document.detachEvent('onkeydown', eventListener);
  else document.onkeydown = null;
 
  if (!document.getElementById) return;
  var el = document.getElementById("Msg");
  if (el) el.innerHTML = "Event handler removed.";
}
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by:spprivate
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Right,typically thats what we do.As soon as the order is submitted we clean out the shopping cart.That way it avoids duplicate orders
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by:ITHelper80
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Im not a javascript person so Gifts.... post is complete greek to me.....in any event I placed it into my aspx page and it didnt prevent the refresh from occuring.

Spprivate, can you give me an example of how you set the status flag?
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by:spprivate
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Declare a boolean IsUpdate = false
say wherever you build your productlist or cart have a global variable called
Set this flag to true
say in your btn_click event
before calling update method check
if(isupdate)
{
update
clear cart or productlist=""
isUpdate=false
}

Hope you got the idea
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by:GiftsonDJohn
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Hi,

It is simple. Just copy the code to a javascript file and refer the file by <script type="text/javascript" src="<path>"> </script>

On the Submit button click event after you have updated the values into the database include the following code snippet.

Page.ClientScript.RegisterClientScriptBlock(btnSubmit.GetType(),"DisableKey", "setEventListener(disableKey)",true);
function disableKey(event) {

  if (!event) event = window.event;

  if (!event) return;
 

  var keyCode = event.keyCode ? event.keyCode : event.charCode;
 

  //window.status = keyCode;

  //alert(keyCode);

  

  // keyCode for F% on Opera is 57349 ?!

  

  if (keyCode == 116) {

   window.status = "F5 key detected! Attempting to disabling default response.";

   window.setTimeout("window.status='';", 2000);
 

   // Standard DOM (Mozilla):

   if (event.preventDefault) event.preventDefault();
 

   //IE (exclude Opera with !event.preventDefault):

   if (document.all && window.event && !event.preventDefault) {

     event.cancelBubble = true;

     event.returnValue = false;

     event.keyCode = 0;

   }
 

   return false;

  }

}
 

function setEventListener(eventListener) {

  if (document.addEventListener) document.addEventListener('keypress', eventListener, true);

  else if (document.attachEvent) document.attachEvent('onkeydown', eventListener);

  else document.onkeydown = eventListener;

}
 

function unsetEventListener(eventListener) {

  if (document.removeEventListener) document.removeEventListener('keypress', eventListener, true);

  else if (document.detachEvent) document.detachEvent('onkeydown', eventListener);

  else document.onkeydown = null;

}

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ITHelper80 earned 0 total points
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Thanks for all the suggestions but I decided it would be easier to run a 2nd query to check for duplicates and then exit the Sub if the reader found a record.
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