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Refresh page after input from another

Refresh page after input from another

Refresh page after input from another

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I am creating a scoresheet for a game. Page 1 has inputs for player 1 and a static grid that contains the scores for player 2 without inputs. And page 2 has the opposite(static scores for player 1 and inputs for player 2.
I have included a screenshot of the rough view of how it looks now. This is player 1's page.

What I would like to do is refresh player 1 page when player two makes an input, and the opposite when player 1 makes an input.

Is this possible to do with ajax?? Or do I need another way to make this trigger??
Is it possible at all??

I am using classic asp on this page but can include .NET or PHP if needed.

Any help would be most appreciated.

Jeff

Thanks,
Penguin
Please keep in mind that I am using classic ASP with MySQL database. Not sure if that information helps or not.

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