ICorDebugController Interface1

Represents a scope, either a Process or an AppDomain, in which code execution context can be controlled.


Method Description
ICorDebugController::CanCommitChanges This method is obsolete.
ICorDebugController::CommitChanges This method is obsolete.
Continue Method Resumes execution of managed threads after a call to ICorDebugController::Stop.
Detach Method Detaches the debugger from the process or application domain.
EnumerateThreads Method Gets an enumerator for the active managed threads in the process.
HasQueuedCallbacks Method Gets a value that indicates whether any managed callbacks are currently queued for the specified thread.
IsRunning Method Gets a value that indicates whether the threads in the process are currently running freely.
SetAllThreadsDebugState Method Sets the debug state of all managed threads in the process.
Stop Method Performs a cooperative stop on all threads that are running managed code in the process.
Terminate Method Terminates the process with the specified exit code.


If ICorDebugController is controlling a process, the scope includes all threads of the process. If ICorDebugController is controlling an application domain, the scope includes only the threads of that particular application domain.


This interface does not support being called remotely, either cross-machine or cross-process.


Platforms: See System Requirements.

Header: CorDebug.idl, CorDebug.h

Library: CorGuids.lib

.NET Framework Versions: Available since 1.0

See Also

Debugging Interfaces