Causes data stored in the memory hierarchy of individual processors to become visible to all processors on the system. It ensures that a full memory fence has been executed on all processors before the method returns.
virtual void EnsureAllTasksVisible( _Inout_ IExecutionContext *pContext ) =0;
The context which is currently being dispatched by this virtual processor root.
You may find this method useful when you want to synchronize deactivation of a virtual processor root with the addition of new work into the scheduler. For performance reasons, you may decide to add work items to your scheduler without executing a memory barrier, which means work items added by a thread executing on one processor are not immediately visible to all other processors. By using this method in conjunction with the Deactivate method you can ensure that your scheduler does not deactivate all its virtual processor roots while work items exist in your scheduler's collections.
A call to the EnsureAllTasksVisibleThe method must originate from within the Dispatch method of the execution context that the virtual processor root was last activated with. In other words, the thread proxy invoking the EnsureAllTasksVisible method must be the one that is currently executing on the virtual processor root. Calling the method on a virtual processor root you are not executing on could result in undefined behavior.
invalid_argument is thrown if the argument pContext has the value NULL.
invalid_operation is thrown if the virtual processor root has never been activated, or the argument pContext does not represent the execution context that was most recently dispatched by this virtual processor root.