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IDTSBreakpointSite.AcceptBreakpointManager(BreakpointManager) Method


Passes a BreakpointManager to a task. The task will use the breakpoint manager to create, remove, and check the status of breakpoints. This method is called by the runtime and is not used in code.

 void AcceptBreakpointManager(Microsoft::SqlServer::Dts::Runtime::BreakpointManager ^ breakpointManager);
public void AcceptBreakpointManager (Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.BreakpointManager breakpointManager);
abstract member AcceptBreakpointManager : Microsoft.SqlServer.Dts.Runtime.BreakpointManager -> unit
Public Sub AcceptBreakpointManager (breakpointManager As BreakpointManager)



The breakpoint manager specific for this task.


This method is overridden if you create a custom task. The following sample code demonstrates creating a breakpoint using the BreakpointManager and calling the OnBreakpointHit method to raise the event.

public void AcceptBreakpointManager( BreakpointManager breakPointManager )  
   //   Store the breakpoint manager locally.  
   this.bpm  = breakPointManager;  
   //   Create a breakpoint.  
   this.bpm.CreateBreakPoint( 1 , "A sample breakpoint." );  
public override DTSExecResult Execute( Connections connections, Variables variables, IDTSComponentEvents events, IDTSLogging log, DtsTransaction txn)  
   if( this.bpm.IsBreakpointTargetEnabled( 1 ) == true )  
      events.OnBreakpointHit( this.bpm.GetBreakpointTarget( 1 ) );  
Public  Sub AcceptBreakpointManager(ByVal breakPointManager As BreakpointManager)  
   '   Store the breakpoint manager locally.  
   Me.bpm  = breakPointManager  
   '   Create a breakpoint.  
   Me.bpm.CreateBreakPoint(1 , "A sample breakpoint.")  
End Sub  
Public Overrides Function Execute(ByVal connections As Connections, ByVal variables As Variables, ByVal events As IDTSComponentEvents, ByVal log As IDTSLogging, ByVal txn As DtsTransaction) As DTSExecResult  
   If Me.bpm.IsBreakpointTargetEnabled(1) = True Then  
   End If  
End Function  

Applies to