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#1 Posted : Friday, February 16, 2018 12:06:38 PM(UTC)


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The Document Writer has an event that allows a developer to monitor the progress of document writer operations as well as cancel the operation if necessary.

When converting an LTD file to a desired output file, the percentage values occilate bewtween 0 & 100 multiple times. This is because the Document Writers are firing the progress event while going through each operation.

The following code illustrates each operation so you as the developer will know where the Document Writer is in the conversion & can indicate to the user with a progress bar & label what is happening.

int progressCounter = 0;
int progressPageNumber = 1;
docWriter.Progress += (sender, e) =>
   if(progressCounter == 0) //Begin Document
      Console.Write("\rBegin Document: {0}%", e.Percentage);
   else if(progressCounter <= NUMBER_DOCUMENT_PAGES)  //Processing page
      Console.Write("\rProcessing Page #{0}: {1}%", progressPageNumber, e.Percentage);

      if (e.Percentage == 100)
   else if(progressCounter == (NUMBER_DOCUMENT_PAGES + 1)) //End document
      Console.Write("\rFinalizing document - {0}%", e.Percentage);

   if (e.Percentage == 100)


This code will generate output like this:
Begin Document: 100%
Processing Page #1: 100%
Processing Page #2: 100%
Processing Page #3: 100%
Processing Page #4: 100%
Processing Page #5: 100%
Finalizing document - 100%

Edited by moderator Wednesday, December 27, 2023 3:11:25 PM(UTC)  | Reason: updated

Walter Bates
Senior Support Engineer
LEAD Technologies, Inc.

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