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AnswerThe Answer! Use Capture=false.. Re: MouseMove event not firing for newly added control Pin
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QuestionIs it possible to make this routine automatic? Pin
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Michael Dausmann22-Jul-08 6:34
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Well if you want this code to run in the background, the best solution is to create a service (New Project -> C# -> Windows -> 'Windows Service' template). The most robust way to get your service to 'watch' for new files is to employ a kind of 'find, move and process' strategy.

you need a
1) a 'drop' folder where the files will be initially written.
2) a 'process' folder where the files will sit between being found and being processed
3) an 'archive' folder where the files will go when your finished processing

The pseudo code for this looks a bit like this...

- list files in the 'drop' folder (keep this 'list' in memory somehow)
- move any found files to the 'process' folder
- process each found file in turn and move to the 'archive' folder when finished.

This is just one approach. Hope this helps.

Michael
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