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From nillehammer <tapestry.nilleham...@winfonet.eu>
Subject Re: How to implement a long lasting operation waiting page
Date Mon, 02 Feb 2009 20:26:06 GMT
Hi Hugo,

perhaps you do not need ajax at all. The meta tag <meta
http-equiv="refresh" content="5; URL=myWaitingPage"> might come in
handy. This tag causes the browser to wait a certain amount of seconds
before it requests the url. You could implement "myWaitingPage" to check
whether the operation finished. If yes it would redirect to the result
page, if not it would redirect to itself.

Hope this helps. Regards, nillehammer
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Hugo Palma schrieb:
> I have an operation that needs to be executed that could take a couple
> of minutes and so i'd like to provide a page where at first it
> displays a waiting message while the operation is getting executed and
> then if shows the result of that operation, using ajax so that i don't
> have to go to another page.
> 
> Any ideas about the best way to do this ? If i bind the process
> execution to any phase of the page lifecycle it will always be
> executed before it renders anything and i loose control on how to
> update the page once the operation is complete.
> 
> Thanks.
> 
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