Web Forms :: Load Busy Indicator Until Process Is Complete

Feb 1, 2013

I need to show the busy indicator when some action is taken and i should show the time until the process gets completed.

I referred [URL] ..... link and its great.

But i found the code System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(5000);.

I should not add the fake delay as it is my process is long process to run....

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