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Hello, I've got a MultiView Control that I am experiencing an issue with.  Here is some pseudocode:

<MultiView>

<View1>
This view contains a button that, after clicked, moves to View2
</View1>

<View2>
Contains an animated gif ("Processing...")
</View2>

<View3>
Contains a massive GridView that takes about 4-5 seconds to render.
</View3>

</MultiView>


My issue is that View2 is never displayed to the user.  After the user clicks the button in View1, View1 sits for 4-5 seconds and then View3 is displayed (including the massive GridView).  I would really like for View2 to be displayed so that my users see the "Processing..." gif.
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That is because the is a single postback. You should be using Ajax in this case like UpdateProgress control: http://www.asp.net/ajax/videos/how-do-i-use-the-aspnet-ajax-updateprogress-control
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I used UpdatePanel, UpdateProgress, and ScriptManager.
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