1 ajax_example_progressbar.inc ajax_example_progressbar_callback($form, &$form_state)

Our submit handler.

This handler spends some time changing a variable and sleeping, and then finally returns a form element which marks the #progress-status DIV as completed.

While this is occurring, ajax_example_progressbar_progress() will be called a number of times by the client-sid JavaScript, which will poll the variable being set here.

See also

ajax_example_progressbar_progress()

File

modules/examples/ajax_example/ajax_example_progressbar.inc, line 96
Progress bar example.

Code

function ajax_example_progressbar_callback($form, &$form_state) {
  $variable_name = 'example_progressbar_' . $form_state['time'];
  $commands = array();

  config_set('ajax_example.settings', $variable_name, 10);
  sleep(2);
  config_set('ajax_example.settings', $variable_name, 40);
  sleep(2);
  config_set('ajax_example.settings', $variable_name, 70);
  sleep(2);
  config_set('ajax_example.settings', $variable_name, 90);
  sleep(2);
  config_set('ajax_example.settings', $variable_name, NULL);

  $commands[] = ajax_command_html('#progress-status', t('Executed.'));

  return array(
    '#type' => 'ajax',
    '#commands' => $commands,
  );
}