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Re: A progress page with PHP + PostgreSQL

From: "Thom Dyson" <TDyson(at)sybex(dot)com>
To: pgsql-php(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: Re: A progress page with PHP + PostgreSQL
Date: 2003-12-15 20:23:07
Message-ID: OFE884ECFA.C2C1260B-ON88256DFD.006FB5FA-88256DFD.006FFAD8@sybex.com (view raw or flat)
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I've never done this, but my first guess would be to send the user to a
temp page after step 1.  This temp page would have some animated gif so the
user thinks something is happening (step 3).  After a fixed time period
(equal to the loop time on the gif), the temp page auto-redirects to a new
page that shows the final results (step 4)

Thom Dyson
Director of Information Services
Sybex, Inc.

On 12/15/2003 11:30:06 AM, Sai Hertz And Control Systems
<sank89(at)sancharnet(dot)in> wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> Permit me to gain some of your most valuable knowledge ...........
>
> In one of our application a process takes  time and as the work is in
> progress we want to show our customer a progress bar
> or processing page
> It is some thing like this
>
> 1. Customer Clicks on button EXECUTE
> 2. The pgsql  function is invoked
> Now normally after step 2  a  success page will return only after the
> postgresql function finishes
> but we would like as
> 3. Show progress of executed function
> 4. On Sucessfull completion Show  Success page
> else error page
>
> Would be  greatefull to all  for  any tiny clue.
>
>
> Regards,
> Vishal Kashyap
>
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