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6/2/ · blogger.com Forums /.NET Languages / C# / blogger.comrExit() Not working? blogger.comrExit() Not working?RSS. 1 reply Last post Jun 02, PM by MCRen ‹ . 3/28/ · But it stopped working after I tried to fix the UI freezing issue I had but trying to use thread(Im new). everything was fine up til this point so I had to comment out the waitforexit but if I dont have a function like this it will delete the files before it processes the files via blogger.comme = @"C:\dcmtk\bin\blogger.com";. Trying moving the WaitForExit call out of the UI thread.. As @M. Babcock mentioned, you are holding up updates to the rich text box. A solution similar to this may work: Modify btnLoad_Click to start a new thread that processes the list (this goes in the count > 0 branch). Thread thread = new Thread(new ThreadStart(LoadPbThread)); blogger.com();.

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The problem may be that you are not calling WaitForExit on the Process object that you've created, but instead on a Process object returned from blogger.comcessesByName(). Instead, try: Process p = new Process(); // etc blogger.com(); blogger.comrExit();. WaitForExit() seems not to work. I read dozens of sites and still can't find any solution. c# process waitforexit. Share. Improve this question. Follow edited Feb 4 '13 at Leri. k 5 5 gold badges 37 37 silver badges 58 58 bronze badges. asked Feb 4 '13 at Again, this is NOT an Exception that is being thrown, so I am not seeing any exception details. I do not go directly to the catch block in my code, I resume DIRECTLY after the WaitForExit() call. The window I am receiving is the same one you get when ANY Microsoft product unexpectedly closes and MS wants information about the Crash.

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Thread.WaitForExit() is not working?

Trying moving the WaitForExit call out of the UI thread.. As @M. Babcock mentioned, you are holding up updates to the rich text box. A solution similar to this may work: Modify btnLoad_Click to start a new thread that processes the list (this goes in the count > 0 branch). Thread thread = new Thread(new ThreadStart(LoadPbThread)); blogger.com();. 3/28/ · But it stopped working after I tried to fix the UI freezing issue I had but trying to use thread(Im new). everything was fine up til this point so I had to comment out the waitforexit but if I dont have a function like this it will delete the files before it processes the files via blogger.comme = @"C:\dcmtk\bin\blogger.com";. 1/21/ · RE: blogger.comrExit() is not working? obislavu (Programmer) 21 Jan 05 The WaitForExit() method instructs the process component to wait the specified number of milliseconds or indefinitely for the associated process to exit.

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Not sure if this has changed recently but 'back in the day' applications on window mobile never really closed when you hit the X to close them, they would just minimize and keep running in the background (this was not a bug,it was a feature, since next time you start the app it would be started *really* fast, yah i know, insane but true) so that could be why WaitForExit is perhaps behaving. 3/28/ · But it stopped working after I tried to fix the UI freezing issue I had but trying to use thread(Im new). everything was fine up til this point so I had to comment out the waitforexit but if I dont have a function like this it will delete the files before it processes the files via blogger.comme = @"C:\dcmtk\bin\blogger.com";. Again, this is NOT an Exception that is being thrown, so I am not seeing any exception details. I do not go directly to the catch block in my code, I resume DIRECTLY after the WaitForExit() call. The window I am receiving is the same one you get when ANY Microsoft product unexpectedly closes and MS wants information about the Crash.

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Solution 1

Not sure if this has changed recently but 'back in the day' applications on window mobile never really closed when you hit the X to close them, they would just minimize and keep running in the background (this was not a bug,it was a feature, since next time you start the app it would be started *really* fast, yah i know, insane but true) so that could be why WaitForExit is perhaps behaving. The problem may be that you are not calling WaitForExit on the Process object that you've created, but instead on a Process object returned from blogger.comcessesByName(). Instead, try: Process p = new Process(); // etc blogger.com(); blogger.comrExit();. 1/21/ · RE: blogger.comrExit() is not working? obislavu (Programmer) 21 Jan 05 The WaitForExit() method instructs the process component to wait the specified number of milliseconds or indefinitely for the associated process to exit.