Progress Monitor/Bar for recording the length of a method

Posted on 2003-03-17
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Last Modified: 2012-05-04
I want to add a progress monitor/bar in order to show the progress of a method. The method connects to a database and queries it, then sends the results to a txt file. I want a progress bar showing how far it is in processing its job.

How would I add progress monitor to such a method? I'm really confused.
Question by:enchance
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create a class abc and extend JFrame and a JProgressBar to it.
create another class xyz and add a method init to it.

after showing the class abc create a new instance of xyz andd pass JProgressBar to it. then call this class init method.

in you init method you can connect to the database, after connecting increment the progress (see JProgressBar.setValue()) then query database and again increment as so on.

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java_gurl earned 200 total points
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thanks glottis!

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