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Hello friends,

I am developing an.net windows application in which on click of a button i use to load all database names in one combo box.

But when i click on a button it takes 1 to 2 minutes time to load database names in combobox so, user has to wait for that much time.

Now i want to show a progress bar for this operation.


Can anybody tell guide me for same.

Thanks in advance.

Shilesh j. Smile | :)
Posted 7-Jul-12 9:24am
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Edited 7-Jul-12 9:26am
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Wes Aday at 7-Jul-12 15:41pm
   
Okay.... so do it. What sort of "guidance" are you wanting? How to find the progress bar in the toolbox? How to put it on a form? How to set the range?
saj_21 at 7-Jul-12 20:18pm
   
no that i know. But i haven't used threads in my application so, am little bit confused to use progress bar without using threads. :-(

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Solution 1

Check this example here:

http://www.dotnetperls.com/progressbar[^]


However the best will be to adopt a lazy load for your combo or optimize your sql query.

Cheers
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saj_21 at 7-Jul-12 20:24pm
   
thanks Mario Majčica. I will try above solution :-)

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