Process.BeginOutputReadLine Método

Definición

Inicia las operaciones de lectura asincrónica en la secuencia de StandardOutput redirigida de la aplicación.

public:
 void BeginOutputReadLine();
public void BeginOutputReadLine ();
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(false)]
public void BeginOutputReadLine ();
member this.BeginOutputReadLine : unit -> unit
[<System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(false)>]
member this.BeginOutputReadLine : unit -> unit
Public Sub BeginOutputReadLine ()
Atributos

Excepciones

La propiedad RedirectStandardOutput es false.

o bien

Ya hay una operación de lectura asincrónica en curso en la secuencia StandardOutput.

o bien

Una operación de lectura sincrónica ha utilizado la secuencia StandardOutput.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se muestra cómo realizar operaciones de lectura asincrónicas en el flujo redirigido StandardOutput del sort comando. El sort comando es una aplicación de consola que lee y ordena la entrada de texto.

En el ejemplo se crea un delegado de eventos para el SortOutputHandler controlador de eventos y se asocia al OutputDataReceived evento . El controlador de eventos recibe líneas de texto de la secuencia redirigida StandardOutput , da formato al texto y escribe el texto en la pantalla.

// Define the namespaces used by this sample.
#using <System.dll>

using namespace System;
using namespace System::Text;
using namespace System::IO;
using namespace System::Diagnostics;
using namespace System::Threading;
using namespace System::ComponentModel;

ref class SortOutputRedirection
{
private:
   // Define static variables shared by class methods.
   static StringBuilder^ sortOutput = nullptr;
   static int numOutputLines = 0;

public:
   static void SortInputListText()
   {
      // Initialize the process and its StartInfo properties.
      // The sort command is a console application that
      // reads and sorts text input.

      Process^ sortProcess;
      sortProcess = gcnew Process;
      sortProcess->StartInfo->FileName = "Sort.exe";
      
      // Set UseShellExecute to false for redirection.
      sortProcess->StartInfo->UseShellExecute = false;
      
      // Redirect the standard output of the sort command.  
      // This stream is read asynchronously using an event handler.
      sortProcess->StartInfo->RedirectStandardOutput = true;
      sortOutput = gcnew StringBuilder;
      
      // Set our event handler to asynchronously read the sort output.
      sortProcess->OutputDataReceived += gcnew DataReceivedEventHandler( SortOutputHandler );
      
      // Redirect standard input as well.  This stream
      // is used synchronously.
      sortProcess->StartInfo->RedirectStandardInput = true;
      
      // Start the process.
      sortProcess->Start();
      
      // Use a stream writer to synchronously write the sort input.
      StreamWriter^ sortStreamWriter = sortProcess->StandardInput;
      
      // Start the asynchronous read of the sort output stream.
      sortProcess->BeginOutputReadLine();
      
      // Prompt the user for input text lines.  Write each 
      // line to the redirected input stream of the sort command.
      Console::WriteLine( "Ready to sort up to 50 lines of text" );

      String^ inputText;
      int numInputLines = 0;
      do
      {
         Console::WriteLine( "Enter a text line (or press the Enter key to stop):" );

         inputText = Console::ReadLine();
         if (  !String::IsNullOrEmpty( inputText ) )
         {
            numInputLines++;
            sortStreamWriter->WriteLine( inputText );
         }
      }
      while (  !String::IsNullOrEmpty( inputText ) && (numInputLines < 50) );

      Console::WriteLine( "<end of input stream>" );
      Console::WriteLine();
      
      // End the input stream to the sort command.
      sortStreamWriter->Close();
      
      // Wait for the sort process to write the sorted text lines.
      sortProcess->WaitForExit();

      if ( numOutputLines > 0 )
      {
         
         // Write the formatted and sorted output to the console.
         Console::WriteLine( " Sort results = {0} sorted text line(s) ",
            numOutputLines.ToString() );
         Console::WriteLine( "----------" );
         Console::WriteLine( sortOutput->ToString() );
      }
      else
      {
         Console::WriteLine( " No input lines were sorted." );
      }

      sortProcess->Close();
   }

private:
   static void SortOutputHandler( Object^ /*sendingProcess*/,
      DataReceivedEventArgs^ outLine )
   {
      // Collect the sort command output.
      if (  !String::IsNullOrEmpty( outLine->Data ) )
      {
         numOutputLines++;
         
         // Add the text to the collected output.
         sortOutput->AppendFormat( "\n[{0}] {1}",
            numOutputLines.ToString(), outLine->Data );
      }
   }
};

/// The main entry point for the application.
void main()
{
   try
   {
      SortOutputRedirection::SortInputListText();
   }
   catch ( InvalidOperationException^ e ) 
   {
      Console::WriteLine( "Exception:" );
      Console::WriteLine( e );
   }
}
// Define the namespaces used by this sample.
using System;
using System.Text;
using System.IO;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.Threading;
using System.ComponentModel;

namespace ProcessAsyncStreamSamples
{
    class SortOutputRedirection
    {
        // Define static variables shared by class methods.
        private static StringBuilder sortOutput = null;
        private static int numOutputLines = 0;

        public static void SortInputListText()
        {
            // Initialize the process and its StartInfo properties.
            // The sort command is a console application that
            // reads and sorts text input.

            Process sortProcess = new Process();
            sortProcess.StartInfo.FileName = "Sort.exe";

            // Set UseShellExecute to false for redirection.
            sortProcess.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = false;

            // Redirect the standard output of the sort command.
            // This stream is read asynchronously using an event handler.
            sortProcess.StartInfo.RedirectStandardOutput = true;
            sortOutput = new StringBuilder();

            // Set our event handler to asynchronously read the sort output.
            sortProcess.OutputDataReceived += SortOutputHandler;

            // Redirect standard input as well.  This stream
            // is used synchronously.
            sortProcess.StartInfo.RedirectStandardInput = true;

            // Start the process.
            sortProcess.Start();

            // Use a stream writer to synchronously write the sort input.
            StreamWriter sortStreamWriter = sortProcess.StandardInput;

            // Start the asynchronous read of the sort output stream.
            sortProcess.BeginOutputReadLine();

            // Prompt the user for input text lines.  Write each
            // line to the redirected input stream of the sort command.
            Console.WriteLine("Ready to sort up to 50 lines of text");

            String inputText;
            int numInputLines = 0;
            do
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Enter a text line (or press the Enter key to stop):");

                inputText = Console.ReadLine();
                if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(inputText))
                {
                    numInputLines++;
                    sortStreamWriter.WriteLine(inputText);
                }
            }
            while (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(inputText) && (numInputLines < 50));
            Console.WriteLine("<end of input stream>");
            Console.WriteLine();

            // End the input stream to the sort command.
            sortStreamWriter.Close();

            // Wait for the sort process to write the sorted text lines.
            sortProcess.WaitForExit();

            if (numOutputLines > 0)
            {
                // Write the formatted and sorted output to the console.
                Console.WriteLine($" Sort results = {numOutputLines} sorted text line(s) ");
                Console.WriteLine("----------");
                Console.WriteLine(sortOutput);
            }
            else
            {
                Console.WriteLine(" No input lines were sorted.");
            }

            sortProcess.Close();
        }

        private static void SortOutputHandler(object sendingProcess,
            DataReceivedEventArgs outLine)
        {
            // Collect the sort command output.
            if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(outLine.Data))
            {
                numOutputLines++;

                // Add the text to the collected output.
                sortOutput.Append(Environment.NewLine +
                    $"[{numOutputLines}] - {outLine.Data}");
            }
        }
    }
}

namespace ProcessAsyncStreamSamples
{

    class ProcessSampleMain
    {
        /// The main entry point for the application.
        static void Main()
        {
            try
            {
                SortOutputRedirection.SortInputListText();
            }
            catch (InvalidOperationException e)
            {
                Console.WriteLine("Exception:");
                Console.WriteLine(e);
            }
        }
    }
}
' Define the namespaces used by this sample.
Imports System.Text
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Diagnostics
Imports System.Threading
Imports System.ComponentModel

Namespace ProcessAsyncStreamSamples

    Class ProcessAsyncOutputRedirection
        ' Define static variables shared by class methods.
        Private Shared sortOutput As StringBuilder = Nothing
        Private Shared numOutputLines As Integer = 0

        Public Shared Sub SortInputListText()

            ' Initialize the process and its StartInfo properties.
            ' The sort command is a console application that
            ' reads and sorts text input.
            Dim sortProcess As New Process()
            sortProcess.StartInfo.FileName = "Sort.exe"

            ' Set UseShellExecute to false for redirection.
            sortProcess.StartInfo.UseShellExecute = False

            ' Redirect the standard output of the sort command.  
            ' Read the stream asynchronously using an event handler.
            sortProcess.StartInfo.RedirectStandardOutput = True
            sortOutput = New StringBuilder()

            ' Set our event handler to asynchronously read the sort output.
            AddHandler sortProcess.OutputDataReceived, AddressOf SortOutputHandler

            ' Redirect standard input as well.  This stream
            ' is used synchronously.
            sortProcess.StartInfo.RedirectStandardInput = True

            ' Start the process.
            sortProcess.Start()

            ' Use a stream writer to synchronously write the sort input.
            Dim sortStreamWriter As StreamWriter = sortProcess.StandardInput

            ' Start the asynchronous read of the sort output stream.
            sortProcess.BeginOutputReadLine()

            ' Prompt the user for input text lines.  Write each 
            ' line to the redirected input stream of the sort command.
            Console.WriteLine("Ready to sort up to 50 lines of text")

            Dim inputText As String
            Dim numInputLines As Integer = 0
            Do
                Console.WriteLine("Enter a text line (or press the Enter key to stop):")

                inputText = Console.ReadLine()
                If Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(inputText) Then
                    numInputLines += 1
                    sortStreamWriter.WriteLine(inputText)
                End If
            Loop While Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(inputText) AndAlso numInputLines < 50
            Console.WriteLine("<end of input stream>")
            Console.WriteLine()

            ' End the input stream to the sort command.
            sortStreamWriter.Close()

            ' Wait for the sort process to write the sorted text lines.
            sortProcess.WaitForExit()

            If Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(numOutputLines) Then
                ' Write the formatted and sorted output to the console.
                Console.WriteLine($" Sort results = {numOutputLines} sorted text line(s) ")
                Console.WriteLine("----------")
                Console.WriteLine(sortOutput)
            Else
                Console.WriteLine(" No input lines were sorted.")
            End If

            sortProcess.Close()
        End Sub

        Private Shared Sub SortOutputHandler(sendingProcess As Object,
           outLine As DataReceivedEventArgs)

            ' Collect the sort command output.
            If Not String.IsNullOrEmpty(outLine.Data) Then
                numOutputLines += 1

                ' Add the text to the collected output.
                sortOutput.Append(Environment.NewLine +
                    $"[{numOutputLines}] - {outLine.Data}")
            End If
        End Sub
    End Class
End Namespace

Namespace ProcessAsyncStreamSamples

    Class ProcessSampleMain

        ' The main entry point for the application.
        Shared Sub Main()
            Try
                ProcessAsyncOutputRedirection.SortInputListText()

            Catch e As InvalidOperationException
                Console.WriteLine("Exception:")
                Console.WriteLine(e)
            End Try
        End Sub
    End Class  'ProcessSampleMain
End Namespace 'Process_AsyncStream_Sample

Comentarios

La StandardOutput secuencia se puede leer de forma sincrónica o asincrónica. Métodos como Read, ReadLiney ReadToEnd realizan operaciones de lectura sincrónicas en el flujo de salida del proceso. Estas operaciones de lectura sincrónicas no se completan hasta que las escrituras asociadas Process en su StandardOutput secuencia o cierran la secuencia.

En cambio, BeginOutputReadLine inicia operaciones de lectura asincrónicas en la StandardOutput secuencia. Este método habilita un controlador de eventos designado para la salida del flujo y vuelve inmediatamente al autor de la llamada, que puede realizar otro trabajo mientras la salida del flujo se dirige al controlador de eventos.

Siga estos pasos para realizar operaciones de lectura asincrónicas en StandardOutput para :Process

  1. Establezca UseShellExecute en false.

  2. Establezca RedirectStandardOutput en true.

  3. Agregue el controlador de eventos al OutputDataReceived evento. El controlador de eventos debe coincidir con la System.Diagnostics.DataReceivedEventHandler firma del delegado.

  4. Inicie la Process.

  5. Llame a BeginOutputReadLine para .Process Esta llamada inicia operaciones de lectura asincrónicas en StandardOutput.

Cuando se inician operaciones de lectura asincrónicas, se llama al controlador de eventos cada vez que el asociado Process escribe una línea de texto en su StandardOutput secuencia.

Puede cancelar una operación de lectura asincrónica llamando a CancelOutputRead. El autor de la llamada o el controlador de eventos pueden cancelar la operación de lectura. Después de cancelar, puede llamar de BeginOutputReadLine nuevo para reanudar las operaciones de lectura asincrónicas.

Nota

No se pueden mezclar operaciones de lectura asincrónicas y sincrónicas en un flujo redirigido. Una vez que la secuencia redirigida de se Process abre en modo asincrónico o sincrónico, todas las operaciones de lectura adicionales de esa secuencia deben estar en el mismo modo. Por ejemplo, no siga BeginOutputReadLine con una llamada a ReadLine en la StandardOutput secuencia, o viceversa. Sin embargo, puede leer dos secuencias diferentes en diferentes modos. Por ejemplo, puede llamar BeginOutputReadLine a y, a continuación, llamar a ReadLine para la StandardError secuencia.

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