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  • canc
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    Re: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    Sorry about that I just stumbled over the thread , my app is A5 v11 web
    thanks anyway

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  • Stan Mathews
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    Re: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    This is a ten year old thread in the desktop section and like all xdialog code, Desktop applications only. Is that where you're trying to use it?

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  • canc
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    Re: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    Hi Mike
    Pardon the intrusion I just came across your thread and am trying to implement this into my code, I seem to be getting the following error
    Fatal error executing Ajax callback: Error executing Ajax callback. Error executing Ajax callback function 'Emailinvoice ': command: ui_modeless_dlg_box (fDlgName,sDlg)
    Error calling 'XDialogBox' a5wui method.
    If you could help I would be very grateful
    thanks in advance
    john

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  • Mike Thomson
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    RE: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    I have had a few people e-mail me asking if they can use this in their commercial apps

    The answer is Yes - it is there for the community

    Mike

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  • davej
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    RE: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    Mike,

    Thank you - it works great.

    Dave

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  • Mike Thomson
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    RE: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    You need to save the attached text file as a function called progressbar (via the code Tab - Create New Function , paste the text from the text file)

    Yo use it just call it with the required parameters as per the sample code I supplied

    Regards,

    Mike

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    RE: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    Can you explain how to use this?
    Thanks

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  • Mike Thomson
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    RE: Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    This has now been placed in the code Archive


    Mike

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  • Raymond Lyons
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    Mike,

    Thanks. You should put this in the Code Archive also.

    Ray

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  • Mike Thomson
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    Here is a friendly Progress Bar for you to use

    I thought I would share a a function for a progress bar which I find very handy. (see attachment)
    To use it in your code simply call the function as follows:-

    ProgressBar ({Caption Title},{Message},{Percentage},[Show% T/F {optional}]

    For Example:

    '*** Sample Test Code *****
    nMax = 1000
    for nCount=1 to nMax
    xProgressBar=nCount/nMax*100
    progressbar("Progress","Updating - Please Wait!",xProgressBar,.F.)
    next nCount


    Its that simple, you do not even have to worry about only calling the function only when the percentage has changed to the next whole number, the function will do it for you!(ie: As in the above example which would yield percentages of 1.1, 1.2, 1.4 etc) and would otherwise result in exceessive screen updating. (and obviously slow down your process loop)
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