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How can I tell when the package times out?

How can I tell when the package times out?

How can I tell when the package times out?

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There is a timeout parameter on the package property that I can set (default 3 minutes); however, I would like to run some code at the time the timeout occurs (similar to Form_Unload). Is this possible?

RE: How can I tell when the package times out?

In VB 6.0, your MTS package can establish a link to MTS core functionality via the ObjectContext object. This object has two methods and one property: ObjectControl_Activate(), ObjectControl_Deactivate() and ObjectControl_CanBePooled() respectively.

When you want something like Form_Unload (or, better, Form_Terminate), I think you are looking for the MTS method ObjectControl_Deactivate(). For more information on this topic search Devx.com with keyword "ObjectContext."

Bryan Wilhite
rasx@kintespace.com
The Funky Knowledge Base

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