jquery plugin for operate with long-time webserver background processes

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jquery plugin for operate with long-time webserver background processes


The preferred way to install this extension is through composer.

Either run

php composer.phar require --prefer-dist iluhansk/jquery-webserver-bg "*"

or add

"iluhansk/jquery-webserver-bg": "*"

to the require section of your composer.json file.


First of all, add jquery.js and jquery.webserver-bg.js to source files of html page:

<script src="path/to/jquery.js"></script>
<script src="path/to/jquery.webserver-bg.js"></script>

Init plugin via javascript:



option description
start options of starting background process
start.ajax ajax options (see jQuery.ajax() options)
start.getData A function generating data option of ajax settings
check options of checking process status
check.ajax ajax options (see jQuery.ajax() options)
check.delay Count seconds between check requests
error options of error processing
error.container Error container jquery selector
error.template Error container template
error.print A function that print error
error.clear A function that clear error
success A function to be called if the process succeeds
complete A function to be called when the process finishes (after success and error callbacks are executed)
progress options of displaying process progress
progress.container progress container jquery selector
progress.template progress container template
progress.print A function that print progress
json settings of http json response
json.fields json fields
json.statuses statuses of process


call methods like this:

$('.myForm').webserverBackground(method, options);
method description
init initialize plugin (default method)
destroy destroy plugin
start start background process and checking workflow
block disable form elements
unblock enable form elements