Forum OpenACS Q&A: Re: Repeated Operation in xotcl-request-monitor/tcl/throttle_mod-procs.tcl

Hi Gustaf,
I guess I can just comment out the filters in throttle_mod-init.tcl and that will sort me.

The reason I want to turn if off is that I have a page where there is a list of buttons, which users typically click in rapid succession. The buttons represent tasks that the user has to mark "done". Before we upgraded to the latest OpenACS, the user could click 3 or 4 of these buttons in rapid succession, but now since the upgrade the throttle is forcing the user to wait until the page is finished and has reloaded. It's not a big deal, but as people generally go through these tasks pretty quickly, it has slowed them down a little.


if you comment out the filters, the full request monitor will be deactivated. Before the release change, you did not use the request monitor, is this right? Do these buttons issue post requests? otherwise, they should be different URLs, and no blocking of double issues would happen...


Hi Gustaf,

thanks again for the reply. I've commented out the filters on the dev environment and everybody is happy for the moment. We've decided it's probably a good feature to have in the live environment, so I'm not going to change anything there.

Yes, before the upgrade we didn't use the request monitor.

The buttons go to a page that then does a ad_returnredirect back to the current page. So you end up with a bunch of clicks all using ad_returnredirect to go to the same page.

thanks for all your wonderful help