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Dealing with Progressive Operations

, 10 May 2010 CPOL 18.8K 236 56
Through a clean OOP solution to deal with progressive operations, I will implicitly show you how OOP principles can work together to make a full, clean solution.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.ComponentModel;
using System.Data;
using System.Drawing;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;
using System.Windows.Forms;
using Erik.Utilities.Interfaces;

namespace Erik.Utilities.WinFormsUI
    public partial class frmModalCompositeProgressForm : Form
        public frmModalCompositeProgressForm(
            ICompositeProgressiveOperation operation)

            // Subscribe to operation events
            operation.NewOperation += (sender, e) =>
                    lblCurrentComponent.Text =


            operation.OperationStart += (sender, e) =>
                    lblTitle.Text = operation.MainTitle;
                    lblSubtitle.Text = operation.SubTitle;


            operation.OperationProgress += (sender, e) =>
                    pgbOverallProgress.Value = operation.CurrentProgress;
                    pgbCurrentProgress.Value = operation.CurrentOperation.CurrentProgress;


            operation.OperationEnd += (sender, e) => Close();

            // Subscribe to Shown event of the form
            Shown += (sender, e) => operation.Start();

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