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Can I multi-thread this?

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
I have the following scenario which works fine, however I wonder if I can improve the user experience further.I have an asp button which is wrapped in a <a> link.  It acts as a link button but it actually works when you turn javascript off.  The html is like this - <a><input></input></a>.  When a user clicks the button, an event is raised and a new wwindow is opened which does something else.The button event does a number of things itself,update page control (multiple)update sql table (multiple)update an update panel on the pageIn the above scenario the user has to wait to the end to see a page update. I could however, do this,update page control (multiple)update an update panel on the pageupdate sql table (multiple)In this scenario the page is updated, but might seem dead whilst the table updates are performed.  This could lead to users banging buttons etc.So the question is, when the update panel has been called, is there anything I ca do to submit the general table updates to batch whilst the user gets on with their activities?Thanks in advance.

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