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Hi Experts,

I have perl script running and opening some html from it.
I have status page that displays process status like dynamicaly changing bar showing percentage of let say download done.
How do I display this status bar before opening destination page ?

Thank you.
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This would be best done via Dynamic HTML and/or Javascript.
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May be. But How do I do that ?
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Tintin,

That's a great sample but....it is for ASP not for Perl. I will use it some day. I give you credit for that.
bUT.....what about my situation ? I have perl that opens pdf file in IE. Sometimes it takes 5-7 seconds and I need
to entertain user :). Please help.
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Another thing is that I in fact open file on the server side without download to client.
May be it can be easier ?
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Now, I'm confused.

So you open the file on the server side, then what do you want to do if the client isn't receiving it?
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Client always gets either file or "not found" page. The question is how to show progress bar until page is actually opens ?
 
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I'm not aware of any easy way to achieve what you are after.
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I think it can be done easy.
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