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JProgressBar with a database connection

 
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Hi,

I have a database. I want to load this data onto my JTable. The problem is it takes several seconds. in this time period I need to show loading message using a JProgressBar.How can i do this? I did try with google. But I didn't find any answer. Please help me.

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Use SwingWorker. In short, you start the progress bar (in indeterminate mode, as you don't know how long it will take) , then execute the SwingWorker. In it's done() method (which you override) you stop the progress bar again.
 
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