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Progressbar while uploading excel file using mvc application

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I am in the process of uploading an excel file with about 20 thousands record. I am using mvc 3 for the web application. I want my users to see a progress bar and know when this is done.
I will like to use jquery. Is this possible? any link to a good solution will be appreciated.

Thanks.
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You'll need to use a library or plug-in. Here are a couple.

http://plupload.com/

http://www.uploadify.com/

And a summary page that lists a bunch more.

http://www.tutorialchip.com/jquery/9-powerful-jquery-file-upload-plugins/
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