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Build a standard progress bar that indicates how much deserialization has completed and how much still remains. Plus, System.Collection.Generics performance.
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Dino Esposito rewrites his task progress bar with the help of ASP.NET "Atlas."
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The progress bar is great for keeping users informed about the progress of a task. Unfortunately, there's no progress bar element built into ASP.NET, so Dino Esposito solves that problem with his ProgressPanel control.
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In many situations, accurately estimating the length of a certain process (copying a large file, loading data from a server, retrieving files from the Internet) would be both difficult and inefficient.
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A ProgressBar is a graphical
component that provides information about the status of a given task.
For a list of all members of this
type, see ProgressBar Members.
I have a work flow running on a list, when a task is Rejected at a stage then the Workflow status is set to "Completed". Instead of this I want the Status to remain as "In Progress", so that in future after the modification of the document the Approver may
Approve it and then take it to the next stages. This is not possible if the Workflow is set to "Completed".
Can you please suggest an easy way to do this
Thanks in Advance
I have an UpdatePanel that consists of a button and a GridView. The UpdateProgress as shown consists of an image and a "cancel progress" button. The style on the image helps in graying out the controls on the page but still letting the user view those (due to the opacity settings). What is the best way to implement cancelling the progress of loading data into the GridView by clicking the cancel button.
<asp:ScriptManager ID="sm1" runat="server" />
<asp:UpdateProgress AssociatedUpdatePanelID="upCheckBoxes" ID="upr1" runat="server">
<img src="images/loading.gif" id="loadingimg" />
<asp:UpdatePanel ID="upCheckBoxes" runat="server" UpdateMode="Conditional">
<asp:AsyncPostBackTrigger ControlID="btnSubmit" EventName="Click" />
Sys.Application.add_load(BindEvents); //Doing some jquery stuff here
I have an update panel that surrounds a wizard control which I use in conjunction with a update progress control. Now my update progress control works perfectly, with my animated gif and div tag that lays over my wizard control when the user goes from step to step. However, there is a problem that I am struggling to solve. A number of my steps use controls like list boxes, and when the update progress control fires, the list control is not laying underneath my div an animated gif no matter how high a make my css z-index on the div.
Does anyone have a way of solving this?