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I have a website which contains a header, footer, navigation on the left and a content area. So this is the design part of the website.
The content area is filled up in run time which will be including different pages.
Recently I had to work with MQ and the application had to communicate with the MQ. So I proceeded forward and everything was successful.
However I began to notice that whenever there has to be a communication with the MQ, it takes considerably longer time for the output to be shown in the GUI.
So this creates a longer response time.
So the problem in brief:
I have a page in which I can do some selections, on submission I am doing some processing on MQ and then forwarding the user to a different page. This operation takes place for a long time.
So Can I have a temporary waiting page which can be shown to the user... and then show the actual page to the user after the processing.
This would mean I would have to find some way to have two page forwards from the action.
I would like to have some idea to be able to do this or anything similar.