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Old July 3rd, 2008, 01:07 AM
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I alreday went to choose items---in that alreday the progress bar is checked---I also did resetting in the window of choose items---when I right click the toolbox-->show all items, I can see progress bar in disabled state and cannot use it....I cannot create the progress bar (System.WinForms.progressBar1),since it requires a very large code...If this problem is becoz of selection of a large no of tools in Toolbox(I require all those tools...I cannot delete),then please tell me a way of getting only the progress bar in toolbox .Pl help asap

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Old July 4th, 2008, 01:45 PM
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System.WinForms.progressBar1 ... "WinForms"

ASP.NET == WebForms

In the world of the web, the only progress states are "complete" or "not complete". There is no incremental "completeness" capability unless you build it yourself, therefore, no reason to have a progress bar web control.

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  I understand what U r saying.But then I am able to see other tools in the toolbox,then there shoulb be some way of getting the ProgressBar Tool in the TooBox.Could U please help me?I need it badly!


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The fact that the tool box has a control in it doesn't mean that the control will work on the design surface you are using. I.e. a windows form control will not work on a web form and likewise, a web control will not work on a windows form. It's as simple as that.

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U mean,I have to run the code for ProgressBar to get it in the web page ?Oh! it is very big work!
              Ok I will do it. If any problems,I will ask U.
          Fine,then...Thank U,Peter.

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