IBackgroundTaskInstance2 Interface

Definition

Provides access to a background task instance. Inherits from the IBackgroundTaskInstance interface and adds the GetThrottleCount method.

public interface class IBackgroundTaskInstance2 : IBackgroundTaskInstance
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struct IBackgroundTaskInstance2 : IBackgroundTaskInstance
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public interface IBackgroundTaskInstance2 : IBackgroundTaskInstance
Public Interface IBackgroundTaskInstance2
Implements IBackgroundTaskInstance
Attributes
Implements

Windows 10 requirements

Device family
Windows 10 (introduced in 10.0.10240.0)
API contract
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced in v1.0)

Properties

InstanceId

Gets the instance ID of the background task instance.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)
Progress

Gets or sets progress status for a background task instance.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)
SuspendedCount

Gets the number of times resource management policy caused the background task to be suspended.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)
Task

Gets access to the registered background task for this background task instance.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)
TriggerDetails

Gets additional information associated with a background task instance.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)

Methods

GetDeferral()

Informs the system that the background task might continue to perform work after the IBackgroundTask.Run method returns.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)
GetThrottleCount(BackgroundTaskThrottleCounter)

Retrieves the number of times the background task has been suspended for using too many resources.

Events

Canceled

Attaches a cancellation event handler to the background task instance.

For Windows Phone 8.x app, if the device becomes low on memory, background tasks may be terminated without any warning and without raising the OnCanceled event. This helps to ensure the user experience of the app in the foreground. Your background task should be designed to handle this scenario. Note that this only applies to Windows Phone.

(Inherited from IBackgroundTaskInstance)

Applies to

See also