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Monitoring IndexJobs in C++

How to monitor the progress of an index update in C++.

To monitor the progress of an IndexJob in the C++ API: 

(1) Derive a class from DIndexJob and 

(2) Implement a virtual function, OnProgressUpdate(dtsIndexProgressInfo& info) to receive notifications. 

Each time OnProgressUpdate is called, the dtsIndexProgressInfo.updateType will indicate the reason for the notification. The updateType is a MessageCode value that indicates when, for example, a file was successfully indexed (dtsnIndexFileDone) or could not be indexed due to an error (dtsnIndexFileOpenFail, dtsnIndexFileEncrypted). Example:

class MyIndexJob : public DIndexJob { // The indexer will call OnProgressUpdate with many different types of notifications as the // update proceeds. virtual void OnProgressUpdate(dtsIndexProgressInfo& info) { if (info.updateType == MessageCode.dtsnIndexFileDone) cout << "Indexed: " << info.file.name << '\n'; else if (info.updateType == MessageCode.dtsnIndexFileOpenFail) cout << "Not Indexed: " << info.file.name << " reason: " << info.file.openFailMessage << '\n'; else if (info.updateType == MessageCode.dtsnIndexFileEncrypted) cout << "Encrypted: " << info.file.name << '\n'; // Call DIndexJob::Cancel() to stop the index update if (userClickedCancelButton()) Cancel(); } };
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