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is it possible to invoke an hour glass in my asp .net application when I invoke a user action such as clicking a button. I've tried putting "Doent.style.cursor=Wait" in the beginning of the JavaScript function and changing the cursor back to "Default" at the end, but of no use. My problem is that the cursor is changing to the hour glass only after the entire function gets executed, which makes the purpose nullified. Please let me know what I can do in this aspect or is there any way I can forcefully invoke the hour glass (or at least some ...

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    is it possible to invoke an hour glass in my asp .net application when I
    invoke a user action such as clicking a button.
    I've tried putting "Doent.style.cursor=Wait" in the beginning of the
    JavaScript function and changing the cursor back to "Default" at the end,
    but of no use.

    My problem is that the cursor is changing to the hour glass only after the
    entire function gets executed, which makes the purpose nullified. Please let
    me know what I can do in this aspect or is there any way I can forcefully
    invoke the hour glass (or at least some flashy progress bar) immediately
    after I click the button.


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    You can place on JavaScript that changes to hourglass, then run the rest of
    the code, then change it back. It is also possible to place a "waiting"
    layer up for the user and then have client side script make the layer
    invisible.

    There is not much else you can do, as you are running all code on the client
    side.

    BTW< some of the groups you have crossposted are really not on topic.

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    > is it possible to invoke an hour glass in my asp .net application when I
    > invoke a user action such as clicking a button.
    > I've tried putting "Doent.style.cursor=Wait" in the beginning of the
    > JavaScript function and changing the cursor back to "Default" at the end,
    > but of no use.
    >
    > My problem is that the cursor is changing to the hour glass only after the
    > entire function gets executed, which makes the purpose nullified. Please
    let
    > me know what I can do in this aspect or is there any way I can forcefully
    > invoke the hour glass (or at least some flashy progress bar) immediately
    > after I click the button.
    >
    >

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