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I have an mvc 2 application, and within a view there are a couple of different jquery posts to get data that is going to be populated in dropdownlists. The jquery post loading time is usually about half a second, but sometimes it can be two seconds. I was just wondering if there's some way to bind an event every time jquery's posting, so that I could turn the mouse courser into an hourglass when loading?

Posted 20-Dec-11 1:50am

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Solution 1

You can use jQuery.ajaxSetup to define a particular behavior which will be followed by all jQuery ajax calls made by your application.

  /// change mouse cursor to hourglass
complete: function(){
  /// change mouse cursor to normal pointer

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