run stored procedures from c# application RRS feed

  • Question



    I am not expert on (2005) and I ask you your assistance.

    I have built an application that call a progress bar, this one call  a stored procedure (SQL Server 2005) , that take long time to be completed.

    Everything is "in-process", I mean: pressing a button in the c# application, the progress bar starts (calling an exe that represents the progress a form with progress bar and some label) and the procedure is executed (the procedure is executed from the progress bar).


    I would like to separate the different processes, especially the progress bar from the procedure, like an out of process.


    How can I reach this goal.

    Any help will be very appreciated.



    Sunday, December 23, 2007 12:59 AM

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  • If I understand what you're asking for then it sounds as if this can be implemented via threading.

    Monday, December 24, 2007 2:11 PM


    thank for your answer, I am not a .net specialist so I do not really answer to your question.

    In any case I have already used threading.


    My question is if it is possible to have out-of-process and in any case if it still exist and if it is different from multi threading?


    I think threading and out-of-process are different?



    Wednesday, December 26, 2007 12:06 PM