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How to create progress/status bar in java?  RSS feed

 
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Hi all,
I want to create a progress/status bar for my application.How can I create it using java.My work is,I should not use Awt,Swing or Jpanel,Applet,.... I should create it using a simple java program... Is it possible..If so,can anyone explain the above sequence.. The task is like this,when a user switches from one task to another task a status/progress bar should be given to the user that the next task is going to be loaded... This is the task.. How can I do this using simple java program without using any graphics application like Awt,Swing or Jpanel,Applet,....

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Vijay Anand.
 
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That'll be tricky without using any of the toolkit classes. Is this a pure command-line application, with no GUI at all?
 
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Hi,
Its not purely command line.... I am doing it in JSP....
 
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In that case, let's move this to the JSP forum, where you're much more likely to get answers on JSP questions.
 
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I will sneak in my comments before this gets moved to the JSP forum
Did you have a look at AJAX? Though not sure, but i think it will give you what you are looking for.
[ July 12, 2007: Message edited by: Nitesh Kant ]
 
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