VS 2022 - myProcess_Exited never fires

graham knight 1 Reputation point
2022-04-06T17:02:41.7+00:00

I have migrated from an old PC to a new one and from VS 2019 Community to VS 2022 Community. The desktop application I have written allows the user to double-click on a treeview node, this then runs the video file that node points to with the default video viewer. This all works fine.

Except when the spawned video player is closed, myProcess_Exited was executed when I ran it under VS 2019 but the routine is not run under VS 2022. I don't know if I have inadvertently deleted something, of if it's the switch between the two compilers.

This spawns the default video player:

    Private Sub TreeView1_NodeMouseDoubleClick(sender As Object, e As TreeNodeMouseClickEventArgs) Handles TreeView1.NodeMouseDoubleClick

        ' to start the video file we need the full path in the file system.

        ' Play the video with the default app for this filetype.

        myProcess.StartInfo.FileName = TreeView1.SelectedNode.FullPath

        MyProcess.StartInfo.WindowStyle = ProcessWindowStyle.Maximized

        myProcess.EnableRaisingEvents = True

        ' Play the video and wait for the user to stop it.

        myProcess.Start()

    End Sub

but this is never executed (code extract):

    Private Sub myProcess_Exited(sender As Object, e As EventArgs) Handles myProcess.Exited

        Dim answer As Integer

        Dim sXMLWatchedEpisodes As String

        Dim sCurrentWatchedEpisodes As String

        Dim sXMLEpisodes As String

        ' Save the full path to this treeview node.

        Dim work1 = TreeView1.SelectedNode.FullPath

        ' Go and get the series title, series number and episode number from the full treeview node.

        SharedModules.ParseforXMLSE(work1)

I don't know if I have enough disk space to have both compilers installed at once.

I would really appreciate any help.

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  1. Castorix31 82,501 Reputation points
    2022-04-06T17:13:34.053+00:00

    Same question as my_process_Exited is never fired
    (I explained one of the reasons, with UWP apps)

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