|Re: Jobs API: Notify when Jobs finished [message #518148 is a reply to message #518147]
||Wed, 03 March 2010 09:22
| Daniel KrÃ¼gler
Registered: July 2009
On 03.03.2010 10:18, Daniel Krügler wrote:|
> On 03.03.2010 08:10, Matthias wrote:
>> that way i also get the status of a single job (within a job family).
>> but i want to be notified when all the jobs of a family are done.
>> I grouped the jobs with setProgressGroup() to an IProgressMonitor. I
>> didn't find out how to listen to its "done" event.
>> any ideas?
> You have to manage that on your own. The spec of belongsTo clearly
> documents the following:
> "[..] Job families are represented as objects that are not interpreted
> or specified in any way by the job manager. Thus, a job can choose to
> belong to any number of families. [..]"
> This makes it clear that the job manager cannot do that for you.
> It should be rather easy to implement that on you own: Create a Set
> that contains all of your started jobs that belong to the family
> you are interested in. Since you must already provide glue-code
> to properly implement belongsTo, this is already work that would
> belong to the responsibilities of the proper belongsTo implementation.
Should that be unclear: I mean here that there must exist your
own business logic that decides what belongsTo means. The same
business logic should probably administrate the Set of jobs,
I referred to in the text.
> Then register as filtered listener as described in my first reply.
> If the filter matches and belongsTo return true, ensure that
> you remove the corresponding entry from your set.
... in the done event, of-course.
Finally there will
> be some done event, where you have removed the last element from
> this Set and isEmpty returns true after the removal. This is the
> event you are interested in.
> HTH & Greetings from Bremen,
> Daniel Krügler
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