I am writing an application that shows a list of jobs available from SQL server. It allows the user to select a job and start it. My question is how do I let the user know that the job has finished before executing the next job. I know that in VB 6 you had some events that were triggered by a connection object(Execute_Complete) but that is not the case in vb.net. Is there a way that this can be done?
Well if you are just looking for an equivalent of Execute_Complete you can use StateChange event of the Connection object.
Say you have a connection...
Dim Cn as SQLConnection=New SqlConnection(ConnectString)
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