[Phpmyadmin-devel] Import progress bar

Michael Keck sfnet at michaelkeck.de
Sun Apr 11 19:58:47 CEST 2010

Am 11.04.2010 19:42, schrieb Philip Frank:
> 2010/4/11 Michael Keck <sfnet at michaelkeck.de>:
>> Am 11.04.2010 14:53, schrieb Philip Frank:
>>> I don't quite get it... Is the "upload progress bar" the same as the
>>> "import progress bar"?
>>> I'm willing to spend some time on porting mootools code to jQuery
>>> today, but wouldn't want get in the way of what Michael is working on.
>>> So, what exactly do these progress bars show?
>> Philip,
>> my explained progressbar was an idea for uploading.
>> I've not done anything for the import progressbar.
>> If you want porting mootools code to jQuery please still go on.
>> One tip I've for you with jQuery UI Progressbar:
>> Update the progressbar with
>>    $('#your_element').progessbar("value", your_value + "%");
>> would make problems, cause this call would take to much time.
>> Please use this:
>>    $('#your_element .ui-progress-bar-vakue').css({ 'width' : your_value
>> + '%' });
>> This sets the new width of the progressbar directly and is faster.
>> Michael
> I dug through the related code, display_import.lib.php,
> import_status.php and import.php.
> I'm not sure if I overlooked it, but there is no tracking of progress
> while running an import. I couldn't get the ajax import to work on the
> current master, it just silently falls back to an ordinary post.
> From looking at the code and porting some to jQuery I figured the
> following: A progress bar is displayed if the php extension apc or
> uploadprogress is installed, but it shows the progress of the file
> upload, not that of the import, which just happens without
> intermediate output.
Okay, I've misunderstood. Cause I was thinking some one has done
such thing for importing.
> So, Michael, what you are doing with Flash is already there, only
> working when certain server extensions are available.
The Flash was planned as an alternative uploader if server *has not* apc or
uploadprogress installed and was only for uploads. But some peoples don't
like flash (not really open source), so I've canceled this idea.

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