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Indeterminate Progress bar in WPF

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :WPF
Hello, I'm tyring to display an indeterminate progress bar when the user wants to seacrh for data in the database as it takes a lil while. I do the following: Set progressBar1.Visibility = Visibility.Hidden; // initally when the page loads set progressBar1.Visibility = Visibility.Visible; - on seacrh button click (this is when I want the progress bar to be visible). But the problem is when the button is clicked, the progress bar is not visible and makes it visible only when the control is back and results are displayed. This defeats the purpose. is there a way to make it work? Finally Set progressBar1.Visibility = Visibility.COllapsed; when the data has been retrieved and the control is back. Pls let me know of your thoughts. Any better way to do this? Appreciate your help.

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