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ASP.Net Number of records processed

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Hi,

I want to show a progress on ASP.net page for how many records are processed.

I have tried several things, they worked while running project from Visual Studio but failed when deployed to IIS.

Any new suggestions?

Thanks in advance,
Rikin
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Chinmay Patel earned 500 total points
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Hi rikin_shah,

I generally do not visit this TA but suddenly today I stumbled upon here and hence here it is.
 - Keep a static variable (a dictionary or a list)on page and populate it with SessionID -> records processed.
 - Use a webmethod that will return the progressbar value based on a given sessionId.
 - Call this webmethod using JS and show updated numbers

Alternatively
 - Keep the value in a session variable.
 - Write a page that will do just this: Response.Write(SessionVar); Response.End()
 - On client side using JS call this page and process return value.

Let me know if you have any questions/concerns.

Regards,
Chinmay.
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