ASPxClientProgressBar.SetPosition(position) Method

Sets the position of the operation's progress.

Declaration

SetPosition(position: number): void

Parameters

Name Type Description
position number

An integer value specifying the progress position.

Examples

In this example, the ASPxProgressBar control is used to visualize the progress of a file upload initiated within the ASPxUploadControl. The ASPxClientUploadControl.UploadingProgressChanged client event of the ASPxUploadControl is handled, to supply the ASPxProgressBar control with current progress information. Using the ASPxProgressBar as a separate control, allows placing it at any desired position within the page. The complete sample project is available in the DevExpress Code Central database at E1252.

function OnBtnUploadClick(s, e){
            if(uploadControl.GetText() != ""){
                lblCompleteMessage.SetVisible(false);
                pbUpload.SetPosition(0);
                uploadControl.Upload();
                btnUpload.SetEnabled(false);
                pnlProgress.SetVisible(true);
            }
        }

        function OnUploadProgressChanged(s, e){
            pbUpload.SetPosition(e.progress);
        }

        function OnFileUploadComplete(s, e){
            if(e.isValid){
                btnCancel.SetVisible(false);
                btnUpload.SetEnabled(true);
                pbUpload.SetPosition(100);
                lblCompleteMessage.SetVisible(true);
            }
            else{
                btnUpload.SetEnabled(true);
                pnlProgress.SetVisible(false);
            }
        }

        function OnBtnCancelClick(s, e){
            uploadControl.Cancel();
            btnUpload.SetEnabled(true);
            pnlProgress.SetVisible(false);
        }

        function OnUploadControlTextChanged(s, e){
            btnUpload.SetEnabled(s.GetText() != "");
        }
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