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Hello,

I have made an application in which i am selecting some files & sending that files data dividing into chunks to the database.
What i want to do is when the sending process begins i want to display a progress bar till all the selected files data have been sent..

So how can i do this..
IF POSSIBLE PROVIDE ME SOME CODE AS I HAVE TO COMLETE THIS APPLICATION AS SOON AS POSSIBLE..

Thanks
 
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hi simon,
u have to use the Guage class for that.
check ur api and see its methods.

stay cool.
 
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