Dan, you're still writing CF code? Good for you. Thanks for the tip. We recently cut-over to CF9 from CF7, and wasn't aware of this tag. It's not the easiet tag to implement. I tried it, without success. Followed all the instructions in Adobe's CF9 Reference Guide. Am trying to use it in a "formpage" to "actionpage" scenario. I have not used Ajax code before, and that could be my problem.
I have a normal CFFORM template where users make their selections, then click SUBMIT. That template (mypgm_formpage.cfm) calls (mypgm_actionpage.cfm) which invokes the CFC to run the query, and displays the output.
Per instructions, put all the scripts in the right places, changed my application.cfm file to show "sessionmanagement = yes" (don't have an application.cfc as the instructions indicate). On my formpage, I added onClick=startProgress() to the end of this line, so it looks like this <INPUT type="submit" name="Submit" value="Submit" onClick=startProgress()>. Then added the <CFPROGRESSBAR tag, per instructions, below that.
However, when I display the formpage, everything below the SUBMIT button disappears from the page, including all my instructions, notes, etc.
I created a CFC to hold the the GETSTATUS function. The instructions didn't say whether to INVOKE the CFC in the application page, as i normally do with CFCs. So I tried both WITH and WITHOUT invoking the GETSTATUS CFC. No difference.
In any case, I tried clicking the SUBMIT button, and got the little yellow "java script error" message. The program ran, and my report was displayed. But there was no progress bar. I must be doing something wrong, or perhaps there is some other AJAX code that is required, not mentioned in Adobe's CFPROGRESBAR instructions.
If any thoughts, I would greatly appreciate it. In mean time, will take a few AJAX tutorials, and see what I can learn. Thanks again,