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Post add text in label


how can add text in label and show on web page at same time when button clicked function trigger.

below r my calcuation.

i want to see a status of user page of how a process going. and also help if some error in steps.

<asp:UpdatePanel runat="server" ID="updpnlReport" UpdateMode="Conditional">

<asp:Label runat="server" ID="lblStatus" Text="default value ..." />
<asp:Button Text="Generate report" runat="server" ID="btnReport" OnClick="btnReport_Click" />


// this is code of button click
protected void btnClientApproval_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)
lblStatus.Text = "start calc ...";

FClass fCL = new FClass();

lblStatus.Text = "f Cal";

lblStatus.Text = "report ...";

lblStatus.Text = "end cal";
any one help me

when i set this than i show only last line of

"end cal"
i understand this is small process but Calc() process r take long time and than after GenReport() r also take time so that's y i want.

with regards,


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