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Cancel the server process from client side script

Cancel the server process from client side script

Cancel the server process from client side script


 I would like to know whether I can cancel the server process from client side script using a Cancel button on the Asp page.on clicking this button I need to stop the server process which in my case updates several tables and almost takes an hour.I would like to stop it from my HTML page.I use MTS.A 'Start' button starts this process.I can manually shut down the server process in MTS explorer.I want do the same thing to be done through an HTML page which might be event driven.Please suggest some methods by which I can do this.


RE: Cancel the server process from client side script

It will stop MTS package packageName:

    Dim mtxCat As Catalog
    Dim mtxPacks As CatalogCollection
    Dim mtxPack As CatalogObject
    Dim mtxUtil As PackageUtil
    Dim root As Object
    Set mtxCat = New Catalog
    Set root = mtxCat.Connect(srvName)
    Set mtxPacks = mtxCat.GetCollection("Packages")
    Call mtxPacks.Populate
    Set mtxUtil = mtxPacks.GetUtilInterface
    For Each mtxPack In mtxPacks
        If mtxPack.Name = packageName Then
            Call mtxUtil.ShutdownPackage(mtxPack.Value("ID"))
        End If
    Next mtxPack

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