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    Difference between ' in ' & ' on '

    Hi myself satheesh.

    What is the correct usage?


    Data updation on progress.
    (or)

    Data updating in progress.
    (or)

    Data updation in progress.

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    Re: Difference between ' in ' & ' on '

    Data updating is in progress.

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    Re: Difference between ' in ' & ' on '

    "Data update in progress" would be what I would use. (The "is" is not necessary.) "Updating" would be OK. "Updation" is not a word.

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