Wiki page detailing ATutor/Lightbox integration
g.gay at utoronto.ca
Thu Feb 14 18:23:42 UTC 2008
I should reword that, that would be 20 updates in the database. Only one
call to the webserver.
So more of a hardware load than a network load in this case.
Anastasia Cheetham wrote:
>On 14-Feb-08, at 12:37 PM, Greg Gay wrote:
>>We only present 10 images per screen, so there would be 10 updates
>>on each time an image is moved.
>>if there are 20 images per screen
>>etc., that number increases even more.
>No, this is incorrect.
>Each time an image is moved, there is *one* update. The new order is
>communicated to the server, but this happens with a single call,
>regardless of the number of images.
>Anastasia Cheetham a.cheetham at utoronto.ca
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