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RunJobAsync Method


Runs a job asynchronously.

public void RunJobAsync( 
   DocumentConverterJob job 
   void RunJobAsync( 
      DocumentConverterJob^ job 
public void runJobAsync(DocumentConverterJob job) 
def RunJobAsync(self,job): 



The DocumentConverterJob to run. This parameter cannot be null. Use CreateJob to create a valid

DocumentConverterJob object.


RunJobAsync will use the thread pool to create a new work item and for running this method. Control will be returned to the user right after the method is called. The JobCompleted event will occur when RunJobAsync finishes running. To run a job synchronously, use RunJob.

After the method finishes and the job is completed, DocumentConverterJob.Status will contain the status of the job and whether it was successful (DocumentConverterJobStatus.Success), completed but with errors (DocumentConverterJobStatus.SuccessWithErrors) or was aborted by the user or due to recoverable errors (DocumentConverterJobStatus.Aborted).

If errors did occur, then DocumentConverterJob.Errors will contain a list of error description values.

The above is correct when the value of DocumentConverterOptions.JobErrorMode is set to DocumentConverterJobErrorMode.Continue (the default) which catches all the exceptions and adds them to the error list. If the mode was set to DocumentConverterJobErrorMode.Abort then exceptions are not caught by the engine and instead delegate up to the calling code as usual.

To use this method, initialize a new DocumentConverterJobData object with the job's parameters (input file name or document, pages, output format, output file name, annotations, etc.), then use CreateJob to create the DocumentConverterJob object passed as job to this method. Finally, call RunJob passing the DocumentConverterJob.

If tracing is enabled using DocumentConverterDiagnostics.EnableTrace, then logging and debugging messages will be sent to any trace listener while the job is running.

The JobStarted event will occur once right after RunJob is called. Then one or more JobOperation events will occur while the job is running with information on the various operations being performed. Finally the JobCompleted will fire once when the job is completed (successfully or not) and right before the internal work item exits.

Call AbortAllJobs to abort all running and pending jobs that was started with RunJobAsync.

using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.Document.Writer; 
using Leadtools.Svg; 
using LeadtoolsExamples.Common; 
using Leadtools.Document; 
using Leadtools.Caching; 
using Leadtools.Annotations.Engine; 
using Leadtools.Ocr; 
using Leadtools.Document.Converter; 
using Leadtools.Annotations.Rendering; 
public void DocumentConverterJobsRunJobAsyncExample() 
   using (DocumentConverter documentConverter = new DocumentConverter()) 
      documentConverter.Diagnostics.EnableTrace = true; 
      var inFile = Path.Combine(ImagesPath.Path, @"Leadtools.doc"); 
      var outFile = Path.Combine(ImagesPath.Path, @"output.pdf"); 
      var format = DocumentFormat.Pdf; 
      var jobData = DocumentConverterJobs.CreateJobData(inFile, outFile, format); 
      jobData.JobName = "conversion job"; 
      var job = documentConverter.Jobs.CreateJob(jobData); 
      AutoResetEvent finished = null; 
      EventHandler<DocumentConverterJobEventArgs> completed = null; 
      completed = (sender, e) => 
         if (e.Status == DocumentConverterJobStatus.Success) 
            Console.WriteLine("{0} Errors", e.Status); 
            foreach (var error in e.Job.Errors) 
               Console.WriteLine("  {0} at {1}: {2}", error.Operation, error.InputDocumentPageNumber, error.Error.Message); 
         var thisJobs = sender as DocumentConverterJobs; 
         thisJobs.JobCompleted -= completed; 
      documentConverter.Jobs.JobCompleted += completed; 
      finished = new AutoResetEvent(false); 
import static org.junit.Assert.assertTrue; 
import java.io.File; 
import java.io.FileOutputStream; 
import java.io.IOException; 
import java.net.URI; 
import java.util.concurrent.Executors; 
import java.util.logging.ConsoleHandler; 
import java.util.logging.Handler; 
import java.util.logging.Level; 
import java.util.logging.Logger; 
import org.junit.*; 
import org.junit.runner.JUnitCore; 
import org.junit.runner.Result; 
import org.junit.runner.notification.Failure; 
import leadtools.*; 
import leadtools.annotations.rendering.AnnJavaRenderingEngine; 
import leadtools.caching.FileCache; 
import leadtools.codecs.*; 
import leadtools.document.DocumentFactory; 
import leadtools.document.DownloadDocumentOptions; 
import leadtools.document.LEADDocument; 
import leadtools.document.LoadDocumentOptions; 
import leadtools.document.LoadFromCacheOptions; 
import leadtools.document.UploadDocumentOptions; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverter; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterEmptyPageMode; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterJob; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterJobData; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterJobError; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterJobErrorMode; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterJobStatus; 
import leadtools.document.converter.DocumentConverterJobs; 
import leadtools.document.writer.DocumentFormat; 
import leadtools.document.writer.DocumentWriter; 
import leadtools.ocr.OcrEngine; 
import leadtools.ocr.OcrEngineManager; 
import leadtools.ocr.OcrEngineType; 
public void documentConverterJobsRunJobAsyncExample() { 

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