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Old November 22nd, 2004, 12:54 PM
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Default Consuming WMI Events

I am trying to trigger a script when a user drops a file into a specific folder. I am not talking about a drop event within an application, I mean responding to the event at windows level.

To do this I need to write a class which consumes the windows event. This would probably need to be written as a service. The following code detects when a windows service changes, but I cannot find any info on how to respond to the folder changed event.

Any info in this area would be greatly appreciated.

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using System;
using System.Management;

public class EventWatcherPolling
{
    public static int Main(string[] args)
    {
        // Create event query to be notified within 1 second of
        // a change in a service
        WqlEventQuery query = new WqlEventQuery("__InstanceModificationEvent", new TimeSpan(0,0,1), "TargetInstance isa \"Win32_Service\"");

        // Initialize an event watcher and subscribe to events
        // that match this query
        ManagementEventWatcher watcher = new ManagementEventWatcher(query);

        // Block until the next event occurs
        // Note: this can be done in a loop if waiting for
        // more than one occurrence
        ManagementBaseObject e = watcher.WaitForNextEvent();

        //Display information from the event
        Console.WriteLine(
            "Service {0} has changed, State is {1}",
            ((ManagementBaseObject)e["TargetInstance"])["Name"],
            ((ManagementBaseObject)e["TargetInstance"])["State"]);

        //Cancel the subscription
        watcher.Stop();
        return 0;
    }
}
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There's a class System.IO.FileSystemWatcher. This class has several events for monitoring the file system. That should do what you require.

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