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i have one sql query...which i executes in my c# windows application... using cmd.executeNonQuery();
and this cmd.executeNonQuery(); query takes executes in half or a minute time....
i want to show user on screen....the progress bar....with execution progress....
is that i will do that...
Alexander Sharykin 27-Feb-14 0:39am
if you execute a stored procedure or a function in this command, it is possible to organize a feedback and update progress in your application
but it won't work in case of a single update or delete query
Member 13116309 11-Apr-17 11:31am
how can i organize the feedback when i execute a stored procedure, which gives no output?

sir, actually at the time of retrieving your data back you can't as it is unknown how much time it will take (depends on database). But at time of filling you can do so like this
Progressbar1.Maximum = Dt.Rows.Count;//Dt is your DataTable
for(int i=0;i<dt.rows.count;i++)>
    //Do Work
    Progressbar1.Value = i + 1;
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