I have seen an example using JavaScript where javascript commands are flushed every so 
often (from PHP) which indicates a status bar process. It was used to monitor 
mailouts. The javascript commands were simply telling an image to increase it's width. 
Of course you have to have a system where you can gauge percentages of things done. 
Alternatively, you could simply use same method (without image), and after db stuff is 
done, output a javascript redirect.

The above is probably confusing, but ask me if you need more explanation.


-----Original Message-----
From: Aspire Something [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 2:56 PM
To: php-db
Subject: Re: [PHP-DB] Processing Page

Thanks every one ...

All the method you told me are static it does not look if the sql
being exec by php along with backend has finished its job . I only
wanted to
show the processig page till the time the query does it's work .

let me add here that the time for execution of the script here is
unpridictable and it is expected that it may vary according to the job
I cannot hardcode the refresh time .

V Kashyap

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