AJAX :: Show Pop Up When Page Is Loading Since I Cannot Use Update Progress Control
Jul 7, 2010
I am using a master page which has a table that is used for layout. In one of the cells I have a Accordion control which holds links in each panel to navigate to the various pages. I have a few pages that take some time to load so I was trying to use the update panel progress control, however it seems that you cannot use a hyperlink or a link button as triggers for the update panel or if you can you cannot if it is in an accordion control.
So I am seeking advice on how to show a loading message when the pages load in the content panes.
I have a user control, that has an update panel and update progress control in it.
I use this user control in more than 1 location on the same page.... problem is, when ucA posts back, I see the update progress control for both ucA and ucB. I assume this is because it is a user control and the update panel and progress are named the same?
Either way - how do I make it so that the update progress only displays for the proper user control?
I do not even know what to call it, but I would like to add something to show my page is loading. I have not yet figured out why, but sometimes they load almost instantly. And sometimes they take up to 15 seconds, giving the impression that nothing is goingto happen. I see a little clock face ticking on some websites. I don't care what it is, as long as I can suggest that the site visitor be patient
I have an accordin in my asp.net page, users can upload document and images,and I save the image and document path on sql server,and get the information from there,to show the document and image which are saved in web server,
How can I show loading image, or progress bar, when the user first connect to the web server?
I have an asp.net page, with couple of Divs, some of these div's get the image path from database and show the image in a smaller version (thumbnail). and as soon as the user click on thumbnail, I use ajax Modal popup to show the full size image, what I need to have is to have a progress image(gif), on every thumbnail image while loading the asp.net page for the first time, I konw that it is possible to use UpadePanel, but I need the actual working code,or any other way to achieve this,
I want to view something that shows that page is loading and it shows only the gif file which I will put and not the page. I want t to view the page complatelly not one image is loaded and another is unloaded.
I have a wierd issue with the update progress control in ie8. I have a modal popup that loads a pdf in an iframe, then i have a button click that navigates away from the pdf and shows a form in the same modal. All this is wrapped in an update panel, which i have an update progress control associated with. The control shows correctly in ie7, firefox, safari, and chrome. But in ie8 when the async post back is complete the progress indicator does not hide, until I click on the screen or scroll the page, then it hides and the form shows.
my application is running in visual studio 2005, i used ajax control toolkit for .Net framework 2.0.but now i want to use ajaxcontroltoolkit latest version which is for .net framework 3.5 in my application which is running on .net framework 2.0 and visual studio 2005.how to integrate or use ajaxcontrol toolkit ?because i have some functionality like there is one file upload control and when click button it will take 2 to 3 min for upload so i need progress bar with loading gif file.because of asynchronous postback fileupload control has not file.so i must assign postback trigger to button if i assign postback trigger to button than loading gif or progress bar not working.so i want to use AsynchFileUpload control of newly release toolkit.
is there any way to do it? or any other way.my client also not want to switch over it's application from 2005 to 2008.My code is below
I have a new issue regarding the progressbar I have a page from which i am passing a parameter to CrystalReportviewer on the next page and a converting a Crystal report in to PDF .My problem is i want to show a progress bar while the page is loading (on which crystal Report Viewer is Placed) and writing a PDF file I have already place a scriptmanager Updatepanel and updateprogresbar on that page but the still the page is showing blank while loading the page
I have update panel on the page to avoid postback and placed a dropdownlist control within that update panel. DrodownList is filled with Category names and also it's autopostback set to True.
Now whenever dropdownlist index change's on select, untill page loads complete data it should show mesage as "Loading.... in center and middle of the page and background should become bit transparent". And when page load completely with data then that background and message should get disappear.
I have a question about using the update progress control. I gasp the basic use of the control - basically you can associate it to an update panel, and whenever that update panel is updated, this update progress control is displayed on the page.
I do have a couple of questions though:
1. My project uses a lot of user controls. I would like to display an update progress control that "disables" or "whitewashes" the contents of the user control - which for this example - lets say it is a gridview and a drop down list - when the user changes the selected value of the drop down list, the grid rebinds. I want the update progress control to shadow or whitewash only that grid while it rebinds. The rest of the page should be accessible.
2. I have certain pages that I want to be locked while an update panel is updating - in otherwords, the entire page is whitewashed or shadowed out and a ajax loader gif is shown. I currently have this working with an update progress control that does not have the AssociatedUpdatePanelID property set. This appears to fire every time any update panel is updated. If I were to have one of the user controls that has an update progress control that only applies to itself - and those update panels update - which update progress would be shown?
I have implemented Jquery loader by seeing your article URL...I have implemented this in Form submit. I'm working on export gridview to excel, when i click on export button i'm able to export gridview to excel but jquery loader still appear after complition of export. How to make it disappear ?. I'm using EnableEventValidation="false" by seeing your article URL... Because of this am i getting this problem?.
I am experiencing problems with the Ajax Update Progress control.
My application is about writing some comments and uploading a picture and when the picture is the process of being uploaded I would like to show an update progress. This is my code:
- when the button is clicked I see the update progress message for a couple of seconds but the picture and the text are not uploaded- I need to click the button again in order to see my picture and text uploaded but in this instance I don't see the update progress message.
I am working on VS2008 asp.net 3.5, I have problem regarding progress bar. When I used it on List Page it works fine image is rotating but on update page image is not rotate, it looks like static image
In a page I have multiple update panels that has timer associated with them to refresh the grids. Issue is that when asynchronous request (update panel) is in progress page do not respond. If use try to click some other link to move he even can not do that until asynchronous request is completed. Is it not possible that user may able to click some other button if he want while update is in process ?
I have to add a progress bar on my web page to show the progress of submission. My page on submit saves the data in the database. I have to show user how long will the submission take place. For an e.g., 50% Completed and so on..
</table> </ContentTemplate> </asp:UpdatePanel> <asp:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="ugLN" AssociatedUpdatePanelID="upLN"> <ProgressTemplate>Image here for showing the progress bar...</ProgressTemplate> </asp:UpdateProgress>