AJAX :: Page Do Not Respond While Update Panel In Progress?
Jul 29, 2010
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 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'm having issues posting the code to this article, I apologize if doesn't appear correctlyI have a form that has a service reference, a local entity object and a button to import data from the service reference to the local Entity. The import works perfectly. I just want to pretty up the UI and add a progress bar during the import. I have the entity's gridview in an update panel along with the button. I have a progress control linked to the panel. When I click the button, my animated gif appears correctly. I'd like to have an updating label that shows the current record being imported. I cannot figure out the correct placement of the label and when or how to update it in my code behind. I may not have my update panel or progress control placed correctly either, it works, but I'm not confident on it. In a perfect world, after the import is 100% complete the local entity's gridview should be refreshed.
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
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 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.
</table> </ContentTemplate> </asp:UpdatePanel> <asp:UpdateProgress runat="server" ID="ugLN" AssociatedUpdatePanelID="upLN"> <ProgressTemplate>Image here for showing the progress bar...</ProgressTemplate> </asp:UpdateProgress>
I've exempted the irrelevant bits of code. Essentially, I am trying to change the URL of an image control inside of an update panel inside of a custom user control from a function called inside an update panel from my main page. Using UpdatePanel.Update() isn't working: I end up waiting for the next full page POST to occur before all the updates I make to CustomControl from buttons within the main page's update panel are visible. I verified that Update() was being called via the debugger: there are no issues in that department.
Here, you can see Custom Control and the Button declared. The button is in an update panel to avoid giving a full POST and causing the whole page to reload.
This control stores images within their own seperate update panels because rerendering the images is very slow (it requires processing arrays of millions of datapoints) and the user only ever needs to modify one image at a time. I'm using Image1 as an example.
I have a form, with an update panel and the EnablePartialRendering set to true on the page. Here's my problem, the page size with every AsyncPostBack gets larger, even if my code makes no changes to the markup. It also, never stops... it just keeps growing about 3-4K with every AsyncPostBack. If EnablePartialRendering is set to false, full postbacks do not cause the page size to grow like that. It's like it's sending resources and then never getting rid of them out of the page even though they're not being used because an updated copy has come down.
1.) Is it supposed to work like that?
2.) If it's not, what can I do to not have 4K added to the page size everytime an AsyncPostBack occurs (not again, full PostBacks do not have that same behavior).
3.) This behavior happens whether I compress the ViewState or not (I am using ViewState compression). However, the ViewState size is NOT growing... it's the size of the content in the page that is (I'm monitoring the ViewState size/the Page Size closely).
I tried to recreate the animation panel from - [URL]
I have an UpdateprogressControl on my page and an Update panel. The UpdateProgress is not associated with the UpdatePanel as I want the update progress to show when the user clicks on any control in or outside the Updatepanel content. However the update progress only shows when a control is fired from within the update panel and not on any control outside the update panel.