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How to implement wait cursor on any event  in asp.net 2.0

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I have 2 drop downs d1, and d2.
d2 is dependent on d1. i.e when d1 is selected then only d2 gets activated and populated.
What is want to show is when d1 is selected, time taken should be shown visually with wait cursor.

Kindly send  the code.
That should be all on d1 change as d2 is binded on d1 change event.
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Sudhakar Pulivarthi earned 1000 total points
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Hi,

You can calculate the time from when the postback started to its completion and  Disable the dependent dropdowns until the proper selections have been made
http://www.codeproject.com/Questions/90854/ASP-NET-waitCursor-changes-over-DropDownList.aspx
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