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Hello, I have a SQL stored procedure executed by vb form, and I also have a progress bar in this form, the thing is that I have to execute the stored procedure that takes more less eight minutes running, but the progress bar do not start until the procedure is completed, does anyone knows how to run the progress bar and the stored procedure at almost the same time, in order for the progress bar show the executing progress?
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run the stored procedure asynchronously, then listen to events to know the status of the process

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