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How to use (ProgressBar) with (datagridview) in the vb.net ?
 
when beginning work (ProgressBar) and after view data in the (datagridview)
Posted 17-Jan-13 5:23am
Edited 17-Jan-13 5:36am
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Kschuler at 17-Jan-13 11:29am
   
Do you mean progress bar? And how exactly are you intending to use it? You need to provide more information to get more help.
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Solution 1

"process bar"?? What's that??
 
I think you're refering to a progress bar. But, since the DGV doesn't report progress of anything, nor does it "process" anything, what's the point??
 
The best you can do is a "marquee" type progress bar that just shows something is happening, not the time or progress to 100% completion. You would start the progress bar scrolling, launch the long running database operation to retrieve the records in a BackgroundWorker component, and when the operation is complete, stop the progressbar.
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Solution 2

How to Create ProgressBar Column in DataGridView[^]
 
Please refer above link. Might help you.
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Solution 3

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progressBar1.Maximum = DatagridView1.RowCount 'Set Max Lenght
progressBar1.Step = 1 'Set Step
progressBar1.Value = 0 'Set Begin value

For line as integer = 0 to DatagridView1.RowCount - 1
    'Add your command / syntax
    progressBar1.Value = progressBar1.Value + 1 
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