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best way to show my program is processing

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Hello,
Some of the functions of my web application take a good amount of
time to load. Is there a good way to show users that information is
processing and will enventually be loaded? Like changing the cursor
to an hour glass? Does anyone have any sample code?

Thanks,
Billy
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Cor
Hi Billy,

What kind of webapplication is it.

A window form
My choise for that is a busy Icon on the left side of the statusbar from the
program with a the text as "busy" (In the language of the user) the same way
as it is done in IE.

A webpage
That is normaly done by the browser from the user
Some of the functions of my web application take a good amount of
time to load. Is there a good way to show users that information is
processing and will enventually be loaded? Like changing the cursor
to an hour glass? Does anyone have any sample code?

Nov 20 '05 #2

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Unfortunately, I don't think that will suffice. I am probably going
to use javascript to change the cursor to an hour glass.

Thanks

"Cor" <no*@non.com> wrote in message news:<OX**************@TK2MSFTNGP12.phx.gbl>...
Hi Billy,

What kind of webapplication is it.

A window form
My choise for that is a busy Icon on the left side of the statusbar from the
program with a the text as "busy" (In the language of the user) the same way
as it is done in IE.

A webpage
That is normaly done by the browser from the user
Some of the functions of my web application take a good amount of
time to load. Is there a good way to show users that information is
processing and will enventually be loaded? Like changing the cursor
to an hour glass? Does anyone have any sample code?

Nov 20 '05 #3

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