How to implement Waiting <iframe>

Posted on 2002-04-09
Last Modified: 2006-11-17
if (session.getAttribute("WAIT") != null && request.getParameter("event").equals("COUNT_USERS")) {
    session.removeAttribute("WAIT");       <head>
    <title>Communithink    Administration Tool:   waiting....</title>
    <meta http-equiv='Refresh'  content='1'>
    <h1  align=center>Waiting...</h1>
} else {
    session.setAttribute("WAIT", new  String()); %>
<% } %>

This solution is very good but in my JSP page i have differnt iframe which contains differnt jsps and that take time to load . The main jsp contains 4 iframes even if i write the above code in each jsp user can't see it because jsps are down in the page and user has to scroll down the page. So pl. help me How to display waiting message in this case.

Thanks in adv.

Question by:rajendra_rathod
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Hi Rajendra sorry for late reply ...

If it's one page
<!-- Start of Body -->
<script language='JavaScript'>'working.htm','working','width=200,height=50,left=100,top=100');

<!-- End of Body -->
<script language='JavaScript'>'','working').close();

if u r submitting a page and want user to wait while processing the next page put the <!-- Start of Body --> on the first page and <!-- End of Body -->
code at the end of the next page .

I have used this code on our website for file upload form.
when user submit the file upload form the page first redirected to a page where it upload the contents then again redirected to  a page where it inserts the file detail in database . I Open the working window on the first page and close it on the third page.
<!-- 'working.htm' -->
<body bgcolor=#E1F2F4 text="navy">
     <div align='center' style='font-size: larger;'>File Upload In Progress.. </div>
     <div align='center'>
          <img src='loading.gif' border='0' alt='' width='35' height='35' align="absmiddle">


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