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The problem with the 'loading' is that any code you've added isn't available.
Only thing you can do is have another report on the same page access the your little report. If after a certain periode the contents are still 'loading' then replace the source code for your little report's frame.
And blinking.. make a animate GIF. Or use CCS3 transitions. You could animate the transparency between 0% and 100% ( or 25% and 100% )
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In your status table could you have refresh started and ended times? Maybe before displaying anything you can check if a refresh is in progress and send them a refresh in progress message rather than using the loading elapsed time.
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What would the code look like..I cannot seem to find a reference to that anywhere.
I do know we were taught to reference an HTML page (that says: 'Process Complete')...as the final statement of the fex...so the user sees: Loading...and when done (error or not) the html fills the box and says 'Process Complete...'
But I have know idea what /where to check for the process running...