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Have a webpage that makes a web service call and is waiting for a response to the ws call.  When I get the response it populates 3 textboxes with different information, a  Response Code, a Transaction ID and a Confirmation #.  

My problem is that the web service can take anywhere from an instant to several seconds.  I determine where I go from the information that I receive in the Response Code. (if it is good I go to one page, if it is bad I tell them to recheck their data and resubmit.)

How do I place some bit of information that the process may take a few seconds and please do not close the application window during this time.  Then when the Response Code textbox is filled with info to take the message down and process the information.

I tried the TextChanged event on the textbox and that does not seem to work.

I am using Visual Studio 2010 with Visual Basic.

Any Ideas?
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