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You can use the Update Progress control alone with the Update Panel to provide a message to the user during the postback.This is very simple – put the Update Progress control within the Update Panel like so: This will display the “Update in progress.Of course, I hope you can make it all look a little prettier than what I threw together for this post! Could you please help me how can we impliment this? Between writing my book and some of my more recent projects, I haven’t had a chance to write a lot of code. In writing the application, I’m trying to adhere to a number of practices: It’s because of #3 that I am going with an ASP. The following code shows these controls working together: Pretty simple.I’m currently porting a web-based timesheet application to an ASP. When the button is clicked, the page does not appear to postback; instead, the button click invokes an asynchronous postback in which the page updates are limited to the controls in the Update Panel.

This can lead to all kinds of issues with users that are not savvy or familiar with web applications (multiple clicks, moving off the page, etc.).

A Timer control outside a panel can cause the Update Panel to be refreshed if it is configured as a trigger for the panel.

Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to display loading GIF image or progressbar while page is loading or during postbacks using j Query and Java Script for long running tasks or processes which require significant amount of time to execute.

However, since the “blur” control exists between the user and the other controls, the user cannot interact with any other controls.

Now, the tricky thing is that we need to run a Java Script function to manipulate the size and positioning of the “blur” and “progress” controls; essentially, we want the “blur” to cover 100% of the browser window, and the “progress” to sit in a box in the center.

This can lead to all kinds of issues with users that are not savvy or familiar with web applications (multiple clicks, moving off the page, etc.).A Timer control outside a panel can cause the Update Panel to be refreshed if it is configured as a trigger for the panel.Here Mudassar Ahmed Khan has explained how to display loading GIF image or progressbar while page is loading or during postbacks using j Query and Java Script for long running tasks or processes which require significant amount of time to execute.However, since the “blur” control exists between the user and the other controls, the user cannot interact with any other controls.Now, the tricky thing is that we need to run a Java Script function to manipulate the size and positioning of the “blur” and “progress” controls; essentially, we want the “blur” to cover 100% of the browser window, and the “progress” to sit in a box in the center.You must add a Script Manager control to any page that contains an Update Panel control or Timer control.