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I see this page :
But i can't find and parameter for stop download
i Want to know how can i stop download with command line parameters ? possible ?

and white this parameter "/s" i can start download in "main download queue" !

using from command line parameters for start "main download queue"!!!
System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(@...\IDMan.exe", "/s");

Now Can i start/stop a special queue , if i want ? How ?

kind regards,
Posted 30-Dec-12 5:35am
Updated 30-Dec-12 5:36am
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 30-Dec-12 13:56pm
Do you mind killing this process to stop? Is it Internet Download Manager?

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Solution 1

Please see my comment to the question. If you don't mind killing this process: the method Process.Start will return an instance of System.Diagnostics.Process:
System.Diagnostics.Process process = System.Diagnostics.Process.Start(/* ... */);
//later on:

If what you start is really an Internet Download Manager, it will certainly stop downloading :-).
However, this is not nice; and you won't know which of the files was only partially downloaded as you broke it in the middle.

Generally, using Process.Start is not a developer's approach. A real software developers will use its own downloading code embedded in your application, which is actually much simpler because you can get a full access to the functionality and progress. In contrast to the situation with external processes: they are well isolated; you cannot do much for controlling them.

Please see my full source code for HttpDownloader, use it the way you like: how to download a file from internet[^].

This application has a special feature: an ability to continue incomplete download later, starting from the same place.

See also my past answers:
FTP: Download Files[^],
how to download a file from the server in 2.0[^].

__TR__ 30-Dec-12 14:14pm
My 5!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 30-Dec-12 19:41pm
Thank you,

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