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dose any one have any idea how to create
an Asp progress bar control that can be manged on the server side
nice and simple one like the win forms progress bar
for i as int16 = 1 to 100
progressbar1.value = i ' or something like that to change the value
and the it shows the current value on the client side
You have a Windows Forms application and you want to a tooltip for a ProgressBar control. What steps do you need to take in the Visual Studio designer to enable a tooltip?
The answer is
I don't know the step 2. How to drag it? Thanks.
I have a long process that populates a listview and was trying to use a progressbar to show the progress, but no luck so far. Has anybody done this and have some examples?
A little more explanation: The user clicks a button, and the process starts running, populating a dataset for a listview. It knows at any point how far along it's done, but I don't know how to send this to the progressbar to update (I tried doing ASP style response.write <script...> response.flush, but won't work, as it's all rendered at the same time). When the process finishes, the listview shows the results.
How can I accomplish this?
I create a Setup for my project in Visual Studio.I want to change the progress bar status Text at runtime.The default status text is "Please Wait" .To change the Status Text I call the API method "MsiGetMode" .But there are two parameter
of this method one is "install (Handle to the installation provided to a DLL custom action or obtained through <see cref="MsiOpenPackage"/>, <see cref="MsiOpenPackageEx"/>, or <see cref="MsiOpenProduct"/>) " How can i get
this first parameter in my installer class.And second parameter is "runmode(Specifies the run mode)" .If there is any other way how can i do that.
Please help me
Thanks & Regards,
I want to update progressbar while reading a file.
i write this code for this. but when file is large it took a time read the file. then update a progressbar.
Here s is a Stream.
BinaryReader reader = new BinaryReader(s);
int read = s.Read(buffer, 0, buffer.Length); // I want to update progressbar during this process.
downloadProgress.Value += read;
I am trying to solve a little mystery. The WPF program that I am working on allows the user to upload a large local image (a scanned image of a birth certificate). The image is converted into a ByteArray. The ByteArrays are large +700K, therefore the
upload to SQL 2008 Srv. Media Dbase runs in a backgroundworker process. My question is the following: since I am not using a filestream or memory stream to upload the ByteArray to Sql Server, but a regular Insert Into or Update command and BasicHttp WCF
Protocol, is there a buffer anywhere in WCF that reports back the sent amount of bytes so far? If so how do I hook up to it?
I'd prferably like to grab the amount of data sent until I initiate the upload, use that as start number, then with each increment of bytes sent (something like max WCF transmit buffer / (byteArray / 100)) have the backgroundworker report to the progressbar
and increment the percentage of the progressbar... I understand how to do all this, I have just no clue about a possible buffer in WCF and how to grab its values. Then again there might be an easier way of doing this???
Thanks in advance.
I'm trying to fill a Progressbar during the Timer.Tick-Event is NOT executed. That means when Timer.Tick runs the Progressbar have to be filled. In may opinion that would be a nice way to show the user when the Timer.Tick-Event will be executed next.
But I've no idea how to realize this feature. Any suggestion will be helpfull. Maybe it's not possible with managed code? Do I need a BackgroundWorker? Also any other solution to show user when Tick-Event will be executed is welcome.
Today I develop using VS2008 on a Vista x64 system. The properties of the subject application specify .NET Framework 3.5. This application was originally developed ages ago. Dynamically added ProgressBars are still the clunky, old, blue,
low-granularity ProgressBars. If I write a new application, also specifying .NET Framework 3.5, I get the new, slick, green, high-granularity ProgressBar.
I've recompiled the code but that made no difference. How do I get this old code to use the new ProgressBar?
Can someone tell me how to create a progressBar to show the data retrieving progress.
I have a style defined for my custom ProgressBar control. I have a dependency property (Type: double) ("testDoubleVariable") for which I want to perform some action when my testVariable value equals to Maximum value of my control ( as I might be providing
some dynamic value for Maximum property). my sample code snippet is:
<Trigger Property="testDoubleVariable" Value="Maximum">
<Setter Property="Visibility" TargetName
Wondering if anyone can help me regarding the progress bar being chopped off.
The first part shows a progress bar once it was dragged and dropped from the toolbox(VS 2010) and then a different control was selected.
The second shows how it looks when it was just dragged and dropped (still has the focus).
My problem is that it gets chopped off - I even tried to run the project just to find its chopped up even when it was running. I tried to the alignments, margins, height and weight - but it still doesnt work.
I have a View with a progress bar.
This is binded to the ViewModel's property called Progress.
The VM also has a property that starts an execution by calling "Execute" method. This Execute() has about 5 steps, and so my progress bar is to increase in steps of 20.
To maintain the progress made, I am using a property in the Model called "ProgressMaintainer".
Now, I want this ProgressMaintainer to be tied to the Progress property of ViewModel, so that this would update the VM, which would in turn update the UI.
I assumed I could use INotifyPropertyChanged on the mode, but that fails - the reason is that the VM in the code I implemented was just calling the Model's property instead of being binded. So, the PropertyChanged event in the model doesnt fire, and so the
VM doesnt get updated and thus the UI is never updated.
Can someone help me solve this - while sticking to MVVM pattern?