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Ajax Uploader + Progress Bar

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 21, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net

Hi to all,

I would to make a User Controls for Upload file in a Server Folder, using Ajax Technolgy. I've seen several example by google but my question is How to integrate a Progress Bar in my control. A good example that I've seen is this:


If I'll use an Ajax Progress Bar in my Control, Will the Bar scroll while my file is uploading or I've to manage the Status's Bar?

Is there an example of code in order to my question?

I hope in a yours help.


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