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AJAX asynchronous call versus just a normal synchronous call

When a software developer creates a webpage with an UPDATEPanel and makes AJAX asynchronous calls from it,
could there be conflict between the UpdatePanel asynchronous calls and the non-ajax synchronous calls on that web page.
In other words, a user clicks on updatepanel button to initiate the asynchronous call ( that call my take say some time to return) and then the user at the same time the asynchronous call is still running  subsequently click on a non-ajax button to do a normal synchronous call.
Is there conflict or could there be conflict?
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RobOwner (Aidellio)Commented:
Yes, there definitely could be a conflict as that is the nature of an asynchronous call.  If state is important on the client then you need to build that (state machine) into the client code.
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