Sending immediate message to client

asked 2006-03-05 22:54:04 +0800

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By: tskale

In the code below, process() method takes some time to process data and eventually update components with the results.

To show user that system is working on the request, I would like to show a "Loading..." message before processing begins and then "Done" message when done processing.

what happens is that the "Loading..." message never appears. After few seconds(could be longer) the data appears with the message "Done".

Is there any way to get the UIEngine to send the request to paint "Loading..."
message immediately to client and not bundle it up with rest of the update?

If there is any other way to achieve the same result, please advise.

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answered 2006-03-06 00:05:12 +0800

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By: fernando_deleon

You could overload the alert window when it gets created.
the alert window can have on its create execute the process..and when done u could change the message on the window to done all via your window subclass.

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