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Synchronising code and form

Posted on 2001-06-06
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I am running this piece of code :-

Do Until Len(sFilename) = 0

  Progress.Text = Progress.Text & vbCrLf & "Extracting Text from " & sFilename
  Call Import_to_access(sFilename)

  Progress.Text = Progress.Text & vbCrLf & "Exporting to " & Left(sFilename, Len(sFilename) - 4) & ".dbf"
  Call Export_current(sFilename)

  sFilename = Dir()
Loop

But the Progress field is not updated until the whole thing has finished.  Is it possible to have a way of showing the progress as it goes?

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Question by:psilli1
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by:VK
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if Progress is a TextBox:

Progress.Multiline = true ?
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by:Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]
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Yes.

Do until ...
  ...
  DOEVENTS
  ...
Loop

Cheers

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Do Until Len(sFilename) = 0

 Progress.Text = Progress.Text & vbCrLf & "Extracting Text from " & sFilename

 progress.refresh

 Call Import_to_access(sFilename)

 Progress.Text = Progress.Text & vbCrLf & "Exporting to " & Left(sFilename, Len(sFilename) - 4) & ".dbf"

 progress.refresh

 Call Export_current(sFilename)

 sFilename = Dir()
Loop

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by:WalterM
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Try to issue a refresh statement like

   Progress.Refresh

immediately after changing the progress bar's properties.

Michel
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by:VK
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If not you could try Progress.refresh or DoEvents
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by:K7
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Hi
u should add Progress.Refresh after you set the text property.  This method forces the text box to redraw before the rest of the code continues to execue.

Cat
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