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How can we handle concurrent requests?

Posted By :Bhumika Patel     Posted Date :March 07, 2013    Points :40   Category :Others 

Javascript functions should be written to handle concurrent requests and call back function can be passed as a parameter. Those parameters are passed to AjaxInteraction(URL, callback) object.

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