Question... if you perform several modifications to a database (i.e. a few deletions, and a few modifications) and at the end of that processing page, you do a &#039redirect&#039 back to a page which displays the contents of the database, is it possible to get redirected back to that page quicker than the Access database can fully reflect the changes?<BR><BR>I ask this because in my cart system, occasionally I&#039ll set some items to greater quantities, some to lesser quantities, and some to zero (which deletes the item from the cart) and sometimes, when the cart processing page redirects back to "cart.asp" records show up there that actually were deleted, and if I do a &#039refresh&#039 in my browser, it all shows up fine, and the records are no longer there...<BR><BR>Anyhelp would be appreciated.