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I have a list of objects. If the process in one object is completed, then it should be notified to other objects to start their process. How do I achieve this?


I have list of Jobs.
Job is an object with properties JobId, JobName, precedingJobID.
If the process in preceding job is completed then I have to start processing of all the jobs which are having precedingJobID registered with the one completed.

how do I chieve this?
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Thanks a lot.
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