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progress bar while uploading big form

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 30, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hello, im looking for long long time for some article / code for my issue. i have in one page of my site big form (like an order form) with the user details (name, phones, email, etc) + he can upload 1-15 files + some more and more textboxes. at the end there is a send order button that handle the data (to sql database with code behaind, C#). The form is working fine!!! i just want to show the user some precents progress window or something like that so he will follow the progress. any idea??? (please dont send articles that show gmail upload style - the progress need to deal the all progress not just the files)

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