SqlCeReplication.EndSynchronize Method

Ends an asynchronous data synchronization that was started by a call to the BeginSynchronize method.

Namespace: System.Data.SqlServerCe
Assembly: System.Data.SqlServerCe (in system.data.sqlserverce.dll)

Syntax

'Declaration
Public Sub EndSynchronize ( _
    ar As IAsyncResult _
)
'Usage
Dim instance As SqlCeReplication
Dim ar As IAsyncResult

instance.EndSynchronize(ar)
public void EndSynchronize (
    IAsyncResult ar
)
public:
void EndSynchronize (
    IAsyncResult^ ar
)
public void EndSynchronize (
    IAsyncResult ar
)
public function EndSynchronize (
    ar : IAsyncResult
)
Not applicable.

Parameters

Remarks

This function should be called on completion of synchronization to test for errors that occurred during the asynchronous data synchronization. If synchronization failed, this function throws a SqlCeException that reflects the synchronization errors. This function is usually called from the user delegate, which is automatically called at synchronization completion.

For information about asynchronous data synchronization in SQL Server Compact Edition, see "Asynchronous Data Synchronization" in the SQL Server Compact Edition Books Online.

Example

The following example shows how to set up SQL Server Compact Edition replication to perform asynchronous data synchronization.

' Imports System;
' Imports System.Data;
' Imports System.IO;
' Imports System.Data.SqlServerCe;
' Imports System.Windows.Forms;

'/ <summary>
'/ Demonstrates the usage of asynchronous database synchronization
'/ </summary>
Public Class MyForm
    Inherits Form

    Private myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent As EventHandler
    Private tableName As String
    Private percentage As Integer
    Private eventStatus As SyncStatus
    Private repl As SqlCeReplication

    Friend Enum SyncStatus
        PercentComplete
        BeginUpload
        BeginDownload
        SyncComplete
    End Enum 'SyncStatus

    Public Sub New()
        ' InitializeComponent();
        Me.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent = New EventHandler(AddressOf UserInterfaceUpdateEvent)

    End Sub 'New

    Private Sub UserInterfaceUpdateEvent(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
        Select Case Me.eventStatus
            Case SyncStatus.BeginUpload
                'this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Began uploading table : " & tableName;

            Case SyncStatus.PercentComplete
                'this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Sync with SQL Server is " & percentage.ToString() & "% complete.";

            Case SyncStatus.BeginDownload
                'this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Began downloading table : " & tableName;

            Case SyncStatus.SyncComplete
                'this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Synchronization has completed successfully";
                'this.labelLastSyncValue.Text = GetLastSuccessfulSyncTime().ToString();
        End Select
    End Sub 'UserInterfaceUpdateEvent

    Public Sub SyncCompletedCallback(ByVal ar As IAsyncResult)
        Try
            Dim repl As SqlCeReplication = CType(ar.AsyncState, SqlCeReplication)

            repl.EndSynchronize(ar)
            repl.SaveProperties()

            Me.eventStatus = SyncStatus.SyncComplete
        Catch e As SqlCeException
            MessageBox.Show(e.Message)
        Finally
            ' NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
            ' method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
            ' the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
            ' application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
            '
            Me.Invoke(Me.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent)
        End Try

    End Sub 'SyncCompletedCallback

    Public Sub OnStartTableUploadCallback(ByVal ar As IAsyncResult, ByVal tableName As String)
        Me.tableName = tableName
        Me.eventStatus = SyncStatus.BeginUpload

        ' NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
        ' method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
        ' the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
        ' application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
        '
        Me.Invoke(Me.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent)

    End Sub 'OnStartTableUploadCallback

    Public Sub OnSynchronizationCallback(ByVal ar As IAsyncResult, ByVal percentComplete As Integer)
        Me.percentage = percentComplete
        Me.eventStatus = SyncStatus.PercentComplete

        ' NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
        ' method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
        ' the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
        ' application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
        '
        Me.Invoke(Me.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent)

    End Sub 'OnSynchronizationCallback

    Public Sub OnStartTableDownloadCallback(ByVal ar As IAsyncResult, ByVal tableName As String)
        Me.tableName = tableName
        Me.eventStatus = SyncStatus.BeginDownload

        ' NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
        ' method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
        ' the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
        ' application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
        '
        Me.Invoke(Me.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent)

    End Sub 'OnStartTableDownloadCallback

    Private Sub ButtonSynchronize_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
        Try
            Me.repl = New SqlCeReplication()
            repl.SubscriberConnectionString = "Data Source=Test.sdf"

            If False = File.Exists("Test.sdf") Then
                repl.AddSubscription(AddOption.CreateDatabase)
                repl.PublisherSecurityMode = SecurityType.DBAuthentication
                repl.Publisher = "MyPublisher"
                repl.PublisherLogin = "PublisherLogin"
                repl.PublisherPassword = "<Password>"
                repl.PublisherDatabase = "AdventureWorksDW"
                repl.Publication = "AdventureWorksDW"
                repl.InternetUrl = "http://www.adventure-works.com/sqlmobile/sqlcesa30.dll"
                repl.InternetLogin = "InternetLogin"
                repl.InternetPassword = "<Password>"
                repl.Subscriber = "MySubscriber"
            Else
                repl.LoadProperties()
            End If

            Dim ar As IAsyncResult = repl.BeginSynchronize( _
                New AsyncCallback(AddressOf Me.SyncCompletedCallback), _
                New OnStartTableUpload(AddressOf Me.OnStartTableUploadCallback), _
                New OnStartTableDownload(AddressOf Me.OnStartTableDownloadCallback), _
                New OnSynchronization(AddressOf Me.OnSynchronizationCallback), repl)

        Catch ex As SqlCeException
            MessageBox.Show(ex.Message)
        End Try

    End Sub 'ButtonSynchronize_Click

    Public Function GetLastSuccessfulSyncTime() As DateTime
        Dim utcDateTime As DateTime
        Dim localDateTime As DateTime

        Dim conn As SqlCeConnection = Nothing
        Dim cmd As SqlCeCommand = Nothing

        Try
            conn = New SqlCeConnection("Data Source = Test.sdf")
            conn.Open()

            cmd = conn.CreateCommand()
            cmd.CommandText = "SELECT LastSuccessfulSync FROM __sysMergeSubscriptions " & _
                "WHERE Publication=@publication"

            cmd.Parameters.Add("@publication", SqlDbType.NVarChar, 4000)
            cmd.Parameters("@publication").Value = "AdventureWorksDW"

            utcDateTime = CType(cmd.ExecuteScalar(), DateTime)
            localDateTime = utcDateTime.ToLocalTime()

            Return localDateTime
        Finally
            conn.Close()
        End Try

    End Function 'GetLastSuccessfulSyncTime
End Class 'MyForm
// using System;
// using System.Data;
// using System.IO;
// using System.Data.SqlServerCe;
// using System.Windows.Forms;

/// <summary>
/// Demonstrates the usage of asynchronous database synchronization
/// </summary>
public class MyForm : Form
{
    private string tableName;
    private int percentage;
    private SyncStatus eventStatus;
    private SqlCeReplication repl;
    private EventHandler myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent;

    internal enum SyncStatus
    {
        PercentComplete,
        BeginUpload,
        BeginDownload,
        SyncComplete
    }

    public MyForm()
    {
        // InitializeComponent();
        this.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent = new EventHandler(MyUserInterfaceUpdateEvent);
    }

    private void MyUserInterfaceUpdateEvent(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
    {
        switch (this.eventStatus)
        {
            case SyncStatus.BeginUpload:
                //this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Began uploading table : " + tableName;
                break;

            case SyncStatus.PercentComplete:
                //this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Sync with SQL Server is " + percentage.ToString() + "% complete.";
                break;

            case SyncStatus.BeginDownload:
                //this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Began downloading table : " + tableName;
                break;

            case SyncStatus.SyncComplete:
                //this.labelStatusValue.Text = "Synchronization has completed successfully";
                //this.labelLastSyncValue.Text = GetLastSuccessfulSyncTime().ToString();
                break;
        }
    }

    public void SyncCompletedCallback(IAsyncResult ar)
    {
        try
        {
            SqlCeReplication repl = (SqlCeReplication)ar.AsyncState;

            repl.EndSynchronize(ar);
            repl.SaveProperties();

            this.eventStatus = SyncStatus.SyncComplete;
        }
        catch (SqlCeException e)
        {
            MessageBox.Show(e.Message);
        }
        finally
        {
            // NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
            // method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
            // the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
            // application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
            //
            this.Invoke(this.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent);
        }
    }

    public void OnStartTableUploadCallback(IAsyncResult ar, string tableName)
    {
        this.tableName = tableName;
        this.eventStatus = SyncStatus.BeginUpload;

        // NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
        // method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
        // the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
        // application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
        //
        this.Invoke(this.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent);
    }

    public void OnSynchronizationCallback(IAsyncResult ar, int percentComplete)
    {
        this.percentage = percentComplete;
        this.eventStatus = SyncStatus.PercentComplete;

        // NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
        // method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
        // the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
        // application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
        //
        this.Invoke(this.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent);
    }

    public void OnStartTableDownloadCallback(IAsyncResult ar, string tableName)
    {
        this.tableName = tableName;
        this.eventStatus = SyncStatus.BeginDownload;

        // NOTE: If you'd like to set Control properties from within this 
        // method, you need to use Control.Invoke method in order to marshal
        // the call to the UI thread; otherwise you might deadlock your 
        // application; See Control.Invoke documentation for more information
        //
        this.Invoke(this.myUserInterfaceUpdateEvent);
    }

    private void ButtonSynchronize_Click(object sender, System.EventArgs e)
    {
        try
        {
            this.repl = new SqlCeReplication();
            repl.SubscriberConnectionString = "Data Source=Test.sdf";

            if (false == File.Exists("Test.sdf"))
            {
                repl.AddSubscription(AddOption.CreateDatabase);
                repl.PublisherSecurityMode = SecurityType.DBAuthentication;
                repl.Publisher = "MyPublisher";
                repl.PublisherLogin = "PublisherLogin";
                repl.PublisherPassword = "<Password>";
                repl.PublisherDatabase = "AdventureWorksDW";
                repl.Publication = "AdventureWorksDW";
                repl.InternetUrl = "http://www.adventure-works.com/sqlmobile/sqlcesa30.dll";
                repl.InternetLogin = "MyInternetLogin";
                repl.InternetPassword = "<Password";
                repl.Subscriber = "MySubscriber";
            }
            else
            {
                repl.LoadProperties();
            }

            IAsyncResult ar = repl.BeginSynchronize(
                new AsyncCallback(this.SyncCompletedCallback),
                new OnStartTableUpload(this.OnStartTableUploadCallback),
                new OnStartTableDownload(this.OnStartTableDownloadCallback),
                new OnSynchronization(this.OnSynchronizationCallback), 
                repl);
        }
        catch (SqlCeException ex)
        {
            MessageBox.Show(ex.Message);
        }
    }

    public DateTime GetLastSuccessfulSyncTime()
    {
        DateTime utcDateTime;
        DateTime localDateTime;
        SqlCeConnection conn = null;
        SqlCeCommand cmd = null;

        try
        {
            conn = new SqlCeConnection("Data Source = Test.sdf");
            conn.Open();

            cmd = conn.CreateCommand();
            cmd.CommandText = "SELECT LastSuccessfulSync FROM __sysMergeSubscriptions " +
                "WHERE Publication=@publication";

            cmd.Parameters.Add("@publication", SqlDbType.NVarChar, 4000);
            cmd.Parameters["@publication"].Value = "AdventureWorksDW";

            utcDateTime = (DateTime)cmd.ExecuteScalar();
            localDateTime = utcDateTime.ToLocalTime();

            return localDateTime;
        }
        finally
        {
            conn.Close();
        }
    }
}

Platforms

Windows CE, Windows Mobile for Pocket PC, Windows Mobile for Smartphone, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP SP2

The Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 is supported on Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2, and Windows Server 2003 SP1.

Version Information

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.0

.NET Compact Framework

Supported in: 2.0

See Also

Reference

SqlCeReplication Class
SqlCeReplication Members
System.Data.SqlServerCe Namespace