ICorDebugController::Continue Method

Resumes execution of managed threads after a call to Stop Method.

Syntax

HRESULT Continue (  
    [in] BOOL fIsOutOfBand  
);  

Parameters

fIsOutOfBand
[in] Set to true if continuing from an out-of-band event; otherwise, set to false.

Remarks

Continue continues the process after a call to the ICorDebugController::Stop method.

When doing mixed-mode debugging, do not call Continue on the Win32 event thread unless you are continuing from an out-of-band event.

An in-band event is either a managed event or a normal unmanaged event during which the debugger supports interaction with the managed state of the process. In this case, the debugger receives the ICorDebugUnmanagedCallback::DebugEvent callback with its fOutOfBand parameter set to false.

An out-of-band event is an unmanaged event during which interaction with the managed state of the process is impossible while the process is stopped due to the event. In this case, the debugger receives the ICorDebugUnmanagedCallback::DebugEvent callback with its fOutOfBand parameter set to true.

Requirements

Platforms: See System Requirements.

Header: CorDebug.idl, CorDebug.h

Library: CorGuids.lib

.NET Framework Versions: Available since 1.0

See also