desperate to figure this out - need progress bar (barber pole) to work

Discussion in 'ASP .Net' started by Guest, Feb 14, 2004.

  1. Guest

    Guest Guest

    I got an animated gif that is a barber pole spinning that I want to
    use as a progress bar.

    The problem is that is stops spinning (shows 1 frame) when my browser
    is processing a submited request that might take 5-8 seconds.

    I tried to putting the gif in a sepearate page and referencing it
    using iframe thinking that if the gif is on another page & calling it
    from my main page, it would not be affected by my submittals and
    continue to give the spinning effect.

    Does any one know how i can implement a progress bar (preferably
    barber-pole) on a webpage. seems to do it. The thing is, I can't figure out if
    they're really processing info while their progress bar spins while
    nothing is being done & then simply redirects the user. Please look to
    see what i am talking about... Look for some availiable tickets &
    check to see if some seats are available and see how they simulate

    Any help would be appreciated.


    Guest, Feb 14, 2004
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  2. Guest

    vMike Guest

    Here is an example of a progress. I adapted this from someone elses code so
    I can't take credit for it, but maybe you can use it. It is javascript.

    <%@ Control %>

    <div id="waiting">
    <table id="msgCell" align="center"><tr><td>
    Processing please wait ...
    </td></tr><tr><td style="font-size:8pt;padding:2px;border:solid black 1px">
    <span id="progress1">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress2">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress3">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress4">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress5">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress6">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress7">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress8">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>
    <span id="progress9">&nbsp; &nbsp;</span>


    <script language="javascript">
    var progressEnd = 9; // set to number of progress <span>'s.
    var progressColor = 'blue'; // set to progress bar color
    var progressInterval = 500; // set to time between updates (milli-seconds)

    var progressAt = 0; //progressEnd;
    var progressTimer;

    function progress_clear() {
    for (var i = 1; i <= progressEnd; i++)
    document.getElementById('progress'+i).style.backgroundColor = 'transparent';
    progressAt = 0;
    function progress_update() {
    {if (progressAt > progressEnd) {

    {document.getElementById('progress'+progressAt).style.backgroundColor =
    progressTimer = setTimeout('progress_update()',progressInterval);}}


    function progress_stop() {
    // hideobj('waitingDiv','');
    function startMsg() {
    // hideobj('waitingDiv','none');

    function hideobj(objname,type) {
    var div1=document.getElementById(objname); = type;

    vMike, Feb 14, 2004
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  3. Guest

    Guest Guest

    Mike, thanx. If gotten ver for with this.

    only thing, how do is get the progress bar to be in it's orginal state
    like when the page 1st loads?

    I have a link that calls you progress_update function to start the
    process and show your progress bar but if when it's done, if the user
    click the same link again, nothing happens.

    Any advice?

    Guest, Feb 15, 2004
  4. Sunwest Technologies, Feb 26, 2004
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