Originally Posted by Zhivago
This thread seems to have deviated from the original question, but as for the program, one way you can interface with the CVS file would be like this:
Client.exe ======> Server.exe ======>CVS
The server program would have some sort of queue, where new work that gets sent from clients via asynchronous network streams would get added into. The server just keeps on processing from the queue on a first-come-first-serve basis. If there is no work to process it just blocks (waits). This would remove any concurrency problems, as only server.exe would have direct access to the CVS.
Lol, thank you!
Question is, how is that done via client-side JS? I dont think it can be.
I'm quite certain that there are front-page extensions that can do this though, and I know we use it on some pages. Haven't used FrontPage in a while, but I distinctly remember something about being able to write directly to a file. I think that would be the best route.