I've seen a solution that looks fairly simple to
implement. Basically popup a window. Popup window
displays "Processing please wait" and an animated gif.
when the page in to background is done loading it
kills the popup. I think you'd use "onload" in the
body tag. 
try http://javascript.faqts.com


--- Adam Royle <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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.
> Adam
> -----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
> statemet
> 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
> given
> thus
> I cannot hardcode the refresh time .
> Regads,
> V Kashyap

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