C# - How To Progress Status From A New Thread

Jan 21, 2010

I am executing time consuming task in a new thread. ParameterizedThreadStart pts = new ParameterizedThreadStart(WorkingFoo); Thread thread = new Thread(pts);

The WorkingFoo executing the task and keeps track of the progress steps (it can return the total number of "steps" and the current step).

I want to display this information in a progress bar (simple div or ajax control, I don't mind).

I don't want, ofcourse, visually refresh the page that will display the progress. Also I want to reduce as much as possible the number of postbacks. So how do I do that? How to show the current progress from new thread on the web page? Also the page that shows the progress can be closed and re-opned and still get the current status.

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