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Using the BITS (Background Intelligent Transfer Service) wrapper provided by Microsoft.

UJ
Folks,
I'm using the .Net wrapper that Microsoft provides (you can download it)
that is a wrapper around the BITS COM object. My question is once you have
added a job to the queue, and it's been transferred and acknowledged, how do
you delete the job?

Also - does anybody by any chance have any code to handle the state changing
of a bits job? The code I have is written in VB.Net and I haven't had time
to convert it yet (and I'm not sure how to do it.)

TIA - Jeff.
Jan 23 '06 #1
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