There is a nice video on progressbar at [URL] where the URL is: [URL] But the progressbar is not displayed modally. It only gives an illusion of being modal based on the CSS. If I put another button either within the Updatepanel or outside, I am able to click it, and it post backs. Is ther any other settings needed to be added or it will never be modal? I have included the code downloaded from the site along with my extra button.
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 a question, i have a list box with a button below that, when user click on the button modal popup will open (created by Ajax modal Extender ) then user enter somthing on the text box and click on the save next, modal popup will close , and user can see his/her added item in the list box, how can i add some progress bar showing 3 to 5 seconds progress right after closing modal popup window? my code has enclosed:
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 have update panel , in update panel i have one button control which exposes onlientClick event ( it dosent have click event to do postback to server).
and i have one updateprogress panel. So my problem is though i'm performing operation on client side , internally the async event is firing and making updateprogress panel to act (having rotation gif image) which i dont want , as it rotates for 10-15 sec more even after the operation at client side is done !
I have written a Crystal reports web application, that prompts ths user for parameters and then apply them and exports the report to a folder as .rpt and then display the report.
I prompt the parameters on one screen and then display the report on another page. I have the AJAX update panel and update progress controls in the parameter page. When the user enters the parameters and click on ok, I export the report and then loads the report to a session report document and transfer the user to the second page where the report is displayed. I use the following code to do transfer to the seconds page.
I have excluded the report load and parameter assign code here.
In the second page I have the following:
rptViewer.reportsource = Session("rpt")
My problem is this works one time and then stops working the second. What I found out was it comes to the statement:
But it does not even load the show.aspx page. It stays on the parameter page. There are no errors displayed. I could not see any errors when I debug the application also. And out of the blue it works sometimes. And if I remove the update panel and progress control, my report works all the time.
I am referring below url link for update progress, how can i use if i have multiple update panel in page and how to make it working without mentioning sleep time, like it works update hides when processing complete else it works till execution
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?
Problem is, within datalist 2, I have some linkbutton's and I'd like to show a progress "gif" (update progress) when the button is clicked. I can create the update progress, but when you click the button, you get the "gif" shown for every item in the nested datalist. Anyone know how I can identify where I am in the datalist (which linkbutton) and only show the progress "gif" for that button?
I have treeview on my webpage , I am populating it on server side coding.All the tree nodes are documents like .doc or .pdf and with their path as navigation url. My problem is that when I click on node , it takes time to load the document. So I need to show progress bar for the time it takes to download the document form server.
I developed my application form in aspx page its such a huge form(6000 lines), I used update progress there for that updatepanel, But i cant able to see the update progress icon when i rendering the page.
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
Im using youtube api for uploading videos on tube through my website. I am able to upload the videos, but what i need is something to show to the user that my webpage is doing something. So to do that i am using an update panel with update progress. That problem im having is, when i clicked other buttons the update progress shows, but when i click on upload video button which is of input type file and submit, it never shows the update progress. Although there is a request in the page wwhich shows in the status bar about connecting to youtube.
I have an update panel with update progress control within an Ajax Tab Container. It's all working fine, my primary question is how to style (CSS) the Updateprogress control so that it displays within the tab container (rather than over the entire page) AND displays on top of the tab content.