I tried to recreate the animation panel from - [URL]
I figured out how to create a update progress in code behind as a class, but I would like to center it both horizontal and vertical each time it is called.
I found some code, but I can't connect the panel object to the jquery code I found. I don't think I'm missing much here, or that far off base. Perhaps someone out there can take a look at this, and maybe someone can
I want to trigger two Async Postbacks at once using UpdatePanel's via their associated buttons such as the example at the end of [URL] When you click the first button, then immediately click the second button, the first button's message never gets updated. By clicking the second button, the first async Post back seems to be cancelled. Why does this happen?
I saw this article about only allowing one postback to occur at a time here: [URL] Is this the desired behavior for Multiple update panels? Can only one run async code at once? What's the point of it being async if you can't do multiple at once? Here's what I'm trying to do overall: I want a webpage where I click a button which causes C# code to search a certain webpage and parse it. Based on the parsed information, it should automatically start searching multiple other webpages. All the while, I want the web UI to be updated with the progress.
Button Press and the client UI says "Searching..." Then the webpage is found so I want to display "Parsing..." Then the webpage parsing is complete and multiple other websites are searched at the same so the UI will display:
Then when the Webpage 1 -3 are done updating, they change their progress message to Complete. I just started looking into ASP a few days ago and I have two ideas how to approach this problem: zy first idea was to use UpdatePanels and UpdateProgress because they seemed easy to get in there. However, the part of updating multiple webpage status messages at once doesn't appear to be possible since I can't have two UpdatePanels updating at the same time to make changes to the client UI. The one that is started second takes over the processing and the client UI isn't refreshed until that second asynch postback is complete. Ideally, there would be a way to refresh the UpdatePanel's mid postback............
I have a wep page. Its consists of some controls along fileupload controls. My page Fully placed into UpdatePanel. when i press the submit all contols values and file upload file should be stored into back end.i used vs2008 framework 3.5.
Note: for fileUploading perpose i should write trigger with postback on submit button.while processing the submit button action i want to show some processing (progressing) controls like round rotation like..shall i place on ajax toolkit 4.0 instead of 3.5.
</table> </ContentTemplate> </asp:UpdatePanel> <asp:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="ugLN" AssociatedUpdatePanelID="upLN"> <ProgressTemplate>Image here for showing the progress bar...</ProgressTemplate> </asp:UpdateProgress>
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?
Is it OK to use threading.sleep in an intranet web application to display AJAX loading (in production environment)? Off course, the application works fine without it but all works too quick for the end user or even a developer to notice any difference.What is the recommended approach ?
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..
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've got a plain C# web page that uses jQuery to call a handler page using AJAX. While the handler content is loading, a message "Please Wait, loading..." is displayed. Once I've got the content back from the handler I hide the loading message and display the content.What I'd like to do is after the loading message, display a percentage of how far through the handler page is. All the handler page does is loop through a list of members, powered by a web service, and adds them to the database so I know exactly how many members are being added to the database so I can tell how far I am through.The problem I'm having is because all of this goes on in a handler, how can I send the progress percentage back to the main web page while the handler was still loading.Any ideas? If I could do the exact same task but differently which would allow me to create the progress bar,
I'm trying to make a progress bar that updates the user on the progress of the AJAX call.
My immediate thinking was that I need an AJAX call to start a thread on the server, allowing the starting AJAX call to finish, and allowing the thread to send updates back to the user.
For the purpose of simplicity, disregard the actual progress bar functionality (I was thinking of implementing one of those JS bars, with fancy colors and effects ;), but if I can get an update from the thread, then updating a simple JS progress bar becomes trivial ;) )
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.
I have below code to show processing when button clicked in the updatepanel. But it does not disable the page and processing icon is not showing in the centre. How to disable the page and put the processing icon in the centre when button is clicked according to below code?
I am trying to utilize an AnimationExtender that will fade in an asp:LinkButton. My page includes 4 user controls that each load information at different intervals. What I am wanting to do is fade in the asp:LinkButton after the last user control has loaded. I have tried using <OnLoad> but the fade in occurs while the user controls are still loading. I have also tried wrapping the user controls in a panel (seen below), using the panel as the TargetControlID of the AnimationExtender. My end goal here is pretty simple: The user should not see the asp:LinkButton until after the page (including the 4 user controls) has loaded.
Using the control toolkit, is it possible to display a message box that shows a fade-out animation for few seconds and closes itself if user does not close it ? Is it possible at all ? In essence, to simulate Outlook style e-mail notification toast. I guess ModalDialogExtender and AnimationExtender could be used but not sure how to use them together to simulate such a notification message box.