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I am running a mysql query thru php that takes long time to execute. I want to see which field is getting updated on the status bar dynamically. Progress bar will not help. In foxpro i used to use wait window. I have come to know that this is not possbile thru php can it be done with java
Sep 7 '08 #1
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in case you really mean java then you should have posted this question in the java-forum(i could even move this thread for you to that forum?) ... java and javascript have very different purposes and capabilities. but when you mean javascript and you want to display something on a website then you should probably give a step-by-step example for your requirement ... so that it is easier to understand what you need ...

kind regards
Sep 7 '08 #2
suddu
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in case you really mean java then you should have posted this question in the java-forum(i could even move this thread for you to that forum?) ... java and javascript have very different purposes and capabilities. but when you mean javascript and you want to display something on a website then you should probably give a step-by-step example for your requirement ... so that it is easier to understand what you need ...

kind regards
I am new to this forum. I meant javascript only. To make it clear i have a mdule written in php. In it i have one option where data is calculated to get the position of the selected date. I copy all the records from the table to another temporarary table and then do all the reversals of entries made after the salected date. There are 1.5 lac record in the main file and 25000 record in another table out of which some are to be reversed. This complete process takes around 3 min. In the meantime the user feels that the process is hanged and he disconnects the same. I want the user the see the query status.
I have worked if foxpro 2.5 where i used to use wait window function. I wan't something like that.
I had posted this question on PHP forum , but i recieved the message from the moderator that it is not possible.

I would be helpful if someone can help me out. The solution will be helpful whereever the query processing takes long time. Progress bar doesn't give a clear cut idea.

Thanking u in advance
Sep 7 '08 #3

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