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I have to implement a progress bar  for a process which update  records in  database, how can I implement this in vb.net,what should be the max and min value of progress  bar and how can I set the interval for that  progress bar.

Also the update in db is part of transaction means if there is any error while saving data in db the whole transaction would be roleback.Please guide to solve this problem
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Also,I am using genrated data set and SqlDataAdapter to update the db
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