ASPxClientUploadControl.Cancel Method

Cancels the initiated file uploading process.

Declaration

Cancel(): void

Remarks

If the progress panel is available (which is controlled by the ASPxUploadControl.ShowProgressPanel property), an end-user can cancel the initiated file upload, by clicking the cancel button. If the file upload should be canceled programmatically on the client side, you can use the Cancel method..

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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