Working with ASP.NET AJAX UpdateProgress Control- Part 2
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by Nidal Arabi
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Problem

Imagine yourself having a web page that is processing a huge amount of data on the server. That would take time, yes. Well, your end user does not know when it is going to finish and does not have any indication of when it is going to finish except for the browser status progress bar. The browser status bar does not tell you anything about the percent of the job done. Why is that? It is simply because the browser does not know how much it is going to take. Do not panic, there is a solution.


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Title: Working with ASP.NET AJAX UpdateProgress Control- Part 2   
Name: irfan saifi
Date: 2010-05-19 8:46:29 AM
Comment:
hi,
i have two button and two update panel and two update progress on page,
i want to click to each button and updated one pannel and show one update progress ,but show the all update progress
i set the property "AssociatedUpdatePanelID" in update progress with one update panel (ID),but not work
Title: Working with ASP.NET AJAX UpdateProgress Control- Part 2   
Name: Nitha
Date: 2010-02-11 4:55:36 AM
Comment:
This doesnt work
Title: Multi UpdateProgress on page   
Name: Ehsan Amiri
Date: 2009-10-26 1:58:19 AM
Comment:
Dear All,
hi,
i have two button and two update panel and two update progress on page,
i want to click to each button and updated one pannel and show one update progress ,but show the all update progress
i set the property "AssociatedUpdatePanelID" in update progress with one update panel (ID),but not work
Email:ehsan_mybox@yahoo.ca
Title: Senior Programmer   
Name: Vuyisw Maseko
Date: 2009-04-22 6:33:18 AM
Comment:
That was a Great Artcle and easy to Follow. I have a Gridview that gets Displayed when the Page Load, Now i want to Show the Progress bar First if the Grid is Large or if a certain button has been Clicked






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