i saw that flash website can be develop to show percentage of loading page. when web page is downloading in client machine then a percentage is shown and show much content is downloading in client machine. so i just want to know the same effect can be achieve in asp.net website where we will show the percentage of the page content is downloading in client machine with the help of JQuery when page will be requested by user.
How can i use update progress(in asp.net) with percentage (may be with remaining time span or remaining under process records) while data access from database but that should not be fixed for a fix time period by using like Thread.Sleep(5000). It should show for the actual accessing time period.
I am inserting data from gridview to database with checkbox selected item and my requirement is i need to show progress bar in each checked row..i.e if data is inserting the current row should show as inprogress status after that it should say that the process is completed..and so on for all rows how to achieve this..
suppose my page content is huge so in my asp.net application i want to show busy icon with percentage downloading the content in client side. i saw many flash and sliver light site that they show busy icon and also they show percentage that means how much content has been loading in client machine. how could i achieve this using JQuery and when page content has been downloaded in client machine the busy icon goes out and actual page content will display.
I have a heavy ASP/page that takes more than 1 mins to load. I want to display something while it loads. I searched in the past and found there is a control/method Micriosoft give us with part of the name called backgounder.
The problem I am having is that I get an exception after this code runs. I believe it's due to the fact that I call Response.End(). So, every time a user downloads a file it redirects them to the generic error page because all generic exceptions redirect to that page.
how I can write text out to a file and not get this error? If I remove Response.End() I get my text and then the rest of the HttpResponse text, but I don't get the error.
I am trying to change the text of a asp:textbox and collapse some ajaxToolkit:CollapsiblePanelExtenders within some ascx controls on my page as well as output a dynamically generated file. I have no problem collapsing the CollapsiblePanelExtenders and changing the text of the textbox from the codebehind or outputting a file. The problem arises when I want BOTH of these events to happen on the same postback. Unfortunately using Response.Write negates all of the other changes to the page.
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 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 have a registration page with a SUBMIT button..so whenever user presses SUBMIT, I want to disable that button and show a progress bar with "registration in progress" message, so that user wont be able to press the submit button multiple times when the registration is going on..
A little stuck on this one:jQuery ajax message sent to the ASP.NET page with calls a WebMethod. The WebMethod creates an Zipper object that zips up a folder specified in the ajax message. I want to be able to pass data back to the client as to the progress of the zipping.I have this data in the Zipper object but I don't know how to pass it back.
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 need to produce a simple graphic which is a simple rectangle (bar) with a variable portion filled in to denote a percentage.
What is the best way to achieve this? I had a look at the .net charting tools but the nearest I could find to what I needed was the barchart which didn't quite seem to meet my needs for a single value.
I have weekly wise scheduled hours of each employee and no of days scheduled for each employee,now i need to calculate no of employees scheduled less than 24 hours,no of emp's scheduled b/w 24 and 48 hrs and emp's scheduled more than 48 hrs in percentage for fisrt week,second week,3rd week and 4th week.
i have Intime and Outtime of each employee for all the days of 1st,2,3,4 week.There will be a off for 1 day or 2 days for each employees.Based on this i need to calculate consisitency days off assignmanet i.e no of matching days off among employees in percentage.If there are 100 emplyees out of 100 employees 50 people may get week off on the same day(for example sunday).I want result in percentage.result like this
Consistency Days of assignment Across 4 weeks 3 weeks 2weeks 0 2% 0% 0% 1 98% 100% 100% 2 0% 0% 0%
Here 0,1,2 are macthing days off.Across 98% of employees getting 1 days matching in off i.e 98% of employee might off in sunday.For this we need calculate matching days off for all the days from sunday to saturday across 4,3 2 weeks Here 98% of employees getting off in same day.0 indicates 0 days,1 is 1days and 2 is 2 days(for example 50 percentage of people will get off in saturday and sunday)