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                                  • Trying to use a loading panel and a callback together to display an indication to wait, while the server side processing of the user control is generating a potentially large csv file....

                                    The end-user will see a button that says download file, and upon clicking the button a loading panel should appear advising the user to wait, while the csv file is generated.

                                    How can I do this?

                                    Imports D5FPX Imports System.Data.Linq Imports System.Configuration.ConfigurationManager Imports System.Data Partial Class MyFolder_MyUserControl Inherits UserControlBase Const NINE_NUMERO As Integer = 1 Const VBA As String = "xyz" Const CVS_FORMATTER As String = "{0:F2}" Dim realcode As String = "99999" Dim mycsv As String Dim pc As PersistenceClass Protected Sub Page_Init(sender As Object, e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.Init If Not Page.IsCallback Then h2.InnerText = UserControlName End If End Sub Protected Sub Page_Load(sender As Object, e As

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                                Hello Danny,

                                Thank you for the project sample. I've checked it and it seems to operate properly.
                                The loading starts spinning upon clicking the buttons and stops after 5 seconds, according to your server side code.
                                I've recorded it and attached a video.

                                Would you please take a look at this video and let us know whether or not you have the same behavior?

                                Serge S.

                                • TCM IT Group 01.02.2013

                                  Serge/DX-Support Team, please refer to the following example which uses hidden fields and the jQuery cookies plug-in to detect exactly when the file creation is done. I don't know how to achieve this same affect the DEVEXPRESS WAY.

                                • Hi Danny,

                                  We need some additional time to process this ticket. We will update the ticket once we have results to report.

                                • Andrew C (DevExpress) 01.03.2013

                                  Hi Danny,

                                  I have studied the article you sent. If I understand you correctly, you want to show ASPxLoadingPanel until the UI locked. To do this, you only need to replace the following example lines:

                                  $.blockUI(); -> lp1.Show();
                                  $.unblockUI(); -> lp1.Hide();


                                Hello Danny,

                                Please use recommendations from the Q248320 - ASPxCallbackPanel with LoadingPanel issue... report to accomplish this task.

                                See Also:
                                E2293 - How to show ASPxLoadingPanel during export

                                • TCM IT Group 12.21.2012

                                  I am not using GridViews at all in this scenario. I am simply wanting to slap a devexpress or button on a screen to invoke a file creation process and provide a WAIT INDICATOR, presumably using LOADINGPANEL control. I have attached some code related to using Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager - E2293. But I still can't make it work. The LOADINGPANEL just keeps spinning...Please help!!!

                                • Hi,

                                  Would you please send us a complete running sample project including the underlying database so we can run and debug it on our side.

                                  Also, I do not see the required JavaScript code (to show the update panel) in the attached index2.aspx page.

                                  <script type="text/javascript"> var prm = Sys.WebForms.PageRequestManager.getInstance(); prm.add_initializeRequest(prm_InitializeRequest); prm.add_endRequest(prm_EndRequest); function prm_InitializeRequest(sender, args) { lp1.Show(); } function prm_EndRequest(sender, args) { lp1.Hide(); btn.DoClick(); } </script>
                                • TCM IT Group 12.21.2012

                                  I have attached some code that is representative of what I am doing at my place of employment...
                                  I am on vs2010, win7-64x, programming in

                                • Hi,

                                  Thank you for sending the sample project. We need additional time to review it. We will update the ticket once we have results to report.

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