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"Not Responding" Message in Windows Form Applicati
When there is a statement in a windows form application which is executing in an infinite loop, the name of the form will show "Not Responding". How does .NET determine if the application is in an unstable state? I wonder if WMI is the right way to track the application? If so, what is the right way to start? If not, is there a way to determine the
Actually, it is Windows that determines your app is "not responding" - it has nothing to do with the fact that it is .NET
Firefan is correct. In order for Windows to think your application is still alive, it must either call System.Windows.Forms.Application.DoEvents() periodically, or else simply idle about (waiting for Windows to call one of your main form methods).
Has anyone tried this before. I am looking for some .NET code where when you download file usuallua wndow pops up asking you teh location wher you want to download. but in my situation I want to download teh file to a specific location rather than teh window popping up. Has any doen this before. any help will be greatly apprecaited. TIA
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Isn't that what I said in your other post called: "monitor processes with WMI in .NET "?
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