Task.Status Propiedad

Definición

Obtiene el objeto TaskStatus de esta tarea.Gets the TaskStatus of this task.

public:
 property System::Threading::Tasks::TaskStatus Status { System::Threading::Tasks::TaskStatus get(); };
public System.Threading.Tasks.TaskStatus Status { get; }
member this.Status : System.Threading.Tasks.TaskStatus
Public ReadOnly Property Status As TaskStatus

Valor de propiedad

Valor actual de la propiedad TaskStatus de esta instancia de la tarea.The current TaskStatus of this task instance.

Ejemplos

En el ejemplo siguiente se crean 20 tareas que se repetirán hasta que un contador se incremente a un valor de 2 millones.The following example creates 20 tasks that will loop until a counter is incremented to a value of 2 million. Cuando las 10 primeras tareas alcanzan 2 millones, se cancela el token de cancelación y se cancelan las tareas cuyos contadores no hayan llegado a 2 millones.When the first 10 tasks reach 2 million, the cancellation token is cancelled, and any tasks whose counters have not reached 2 million are cancelled. A continuación, el ejemplo examina la propiedad Status de cada tarea para indicar si se completó correctamente o se canceló.The example then examines the Status property of each task to indicate whether it completed successfully or was cancelled. Para los que se han completado, muestra el valor devuelto por la tarea.For those that completed, it displays the value returned by the task.

using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Threading;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

public class Example
{
   public static void Main()
   {
      var tasks = new List<Task<int>>();
      var source = new CancellationTokenSource();
      var token = source.Token;
      int completedIterations = 0;

      for (int n = 0; n <= 19; n++)
         tasks.Add(Task.Run( () => { int iterations = 0;
                                     for (int ctr = 1; ctr <= 2000000; ctr++) {
                                         token.ThrowIfCancellationRequested();
                                         iterations++;
                                     }
                                     Interlocked.Increment(ref completedIterations);
                                     if (completedIterations >= 10)
                                        source.Cancel();
                                     return iterations; }, token));

      Console.WriteLine("Waiting for the first 10 tasks to complete...\n");
      try  {
         Task.WaitAll(tasks.ToArray());
      }
      catch (AggregateException) {
         Console.WriteLine("Status of tasks:\n");
         Console.WriteLine("{0,10} {1,20} {2,14:N0}", "Task Id",
                           "Status", "Iterations");
         foreach (var t in tasks)
            Console.WriteLine("{0,10} {1,20} {2,14}",
                              t.Id, t.Status,
                              t.Status != TaskStatus.Canceled ? t.Result.ToString("N0") : "n/a");
      }
   }
}
// The example displays output like the following:
//    Waiting for the first 10 tasks to complete...
//    Status of tasks:
//
//       Task Id               Status     Iterations
//             1      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             2      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             3      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             4      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             5      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             6      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             7      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             8      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//             9      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//            10             Canceled            n/a
//            11             Canceled            n/a
//            12             Canceled            n/a
//            13             Canceled            n/a
//            14             Canceled            n/a
//            15             Canceled            n/a
//            16      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
//            17             Canceled            n/a
//            18             Canceled            n/a
//            19             Canceled            n/a
//            20             Canceled            n/a
Imports System.Collections.Generic
Imports System.Threading
Imports System.Threading.Tasks

Module Example

   Public Sub Main()
      Dim tasks As New List(Of Task(Of Integer))()
      Dim source As New CancellationTokenSource
      Dim token As CancellationToken = source.Token
      Dim completedIterations As Integer = 0
      
      For n As Integer = 0 To 19
         tasks.Add(Task.Run( Function()
                                Dim iterations As Integer= 0
                                For ctr As Long = 1 To 2000000
                                   token.ThrowIfCancellationRequested()
                                   iterations += 1
                                Next
                                Interlocked.Increment(completedIterations)
                                If completedIterations >= 10 Then source.Cancel()
                                Return iterations
                             End Function, token))
      Next

      Console.WriteLine("Waiting for the first 10 tasks to complete... ")
      Try
         Task.WaitAll(tasks.ToArray())
      Catch e As AggregateException
         Console.WriteLine("Status of tasks:")
         Console.WriteLine()
         Console.WriteLine("{0,10} {1,20} {2,14}", "Task Id",
                           "Status", "Iterations")
         For Each t In tasks
            Console.WriteLine("{0,10} {1,20} {2,14}",
                              t.Id, t.Status,
                              If(t.Status <> TaskStatus.Canceled,
                                 t.Result.ToString("N0"), "n/a"))
         Next
      End Try
   End Sub
End Module
' The example displays output like the following:
'    Waiting for the first 10 tasks to complete...
'    Status of tasks:
'
'       Task Id               Status     Iterations
'             1      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             2      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             3      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             4      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             5      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             6      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             7      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             8      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'             9      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'            10             Canceled            n/a
'            11             Canceled            n/a
'            12             Canceled            n/a
'            13             Canceled            n/a
'            14             Canceled            n/a
'            15             Canceled            n/a
'            16      RanToCompletion      2,000,000
'            17             Canceled            n/a
'            18             Canceled            n/a
'            19             Canceled            n/a
'            20             Canceled            n/a

Comentarios

Al recuperar el valor de la propiedad Task.Status no se bloquea el subproceso que realiza la llamada hasta que se completa la tarea.Retrieving the value of the Task.Status property does not block the calling thread until the task has completed.

Para obtener más información y un ejemplo, vea encadenar tareas mediante tareas de continuación y Cómo: cancelar una tarea y sus elementos secundarios.For more information and an example, see Chaining Tasks by Using Continuation Tasks and How to: Cancel a Task and Its Children.

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