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Old December 13th, 2005, 08:20 AM
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Default How to interrupt processing the LOOP in ASP.NET

Hello,
I have a problem to interrupt (cancel) processing the LOOP in ASP.NET application. If I click the "Cancel" button on the WEB form, the event is not firing. How to implement this interruption with or without multithreading?
Any ideas or examples will be appreciated.
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Could you please clrify what you mean?

Is it that you have initiated a loop from an event and you want to step out of it before it has finished its iterations?

Or you kick off a server side process from the push of a button and you want to cancel it with the click of another button?

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please specify the question clearly.

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