Updating using linq

Even though the Background Worker is a nice drag and droppable component in the Winform arena it does not mean that it can’t moonlight in our WPF sandbox.We simply have to instantiate and initialize it ourselves.

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for not getting the image quite clearly) – But we are interested in only in the below entities (only for the sake of this tutorial) – This completes Entity Framework Part. Press Ctrl F5 A WCF Test client will open, now double click on any of the method on the left pane, and enter the input manually as shown below and then press Invoke. It is neither mentioned any where nor even concluded that this is the only possible way to go with, as there will be always a chance for a new approach in achieving the same requirement (in context of programming).

Now let’s code against pubs Entities i.e., the class generated from the Entity Framework (you can find it by double clicking the Pubs Entity Model. So let’s go back to Pubs cs:- Import the name space System. The above mentioned code is strictly written and explained for the sake of new comers to C# and ASP.

We get a numeric percentage which moves the bar along and incremental movements.

The cancel is similar because we do the opposite of the initiation code above by hiding the controls and informing the user of the stop action.

Here is our event which handles the moving of the progress bar.

This is done on the GUI thread so no need to do checking of the dispatch.

Here is the code to do that in our Window class: With the goal of providing a cancel and progress status bar as such: Here is the code to add to our Xaml where it lives at the bottom of our screen.

Below the code is the status bar and its child elements of a Text Block, Progess Bar and button for the cancel.

You can also set Object Tracking Enabled to false, which turns off caching and change tracking.

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