OnProgress Method of the IProcessingEvents Interface
This method is implemented on the client-side. It is called by ABBYY FineReader Engine for the InjectTextLayer method of the Engine object. It delivers to the client information about approximate percentage of the operation completed. Its implementation may show a progress indicator, as it is done in ABBYY FineReader. It may also process any Windows messages to avoid an effect that the application "is not responding" during long operations.
HRESULT OnProgress( int Percentage, VARIANT_BOOL* Cancel );
void OnProgress( int Percentage, ref bool Cancel );
Visual Basic .NET
Sub OnProgress( _ Percentage As Integer, _ ByRef Cancel As Boolean _ )
- [in] This parameter contains the percent of the work currently done. It is in the range from 0 to 100.
- [in, out] You may set this variable to TRUE to indicate that the process should be terminated. In this case, the processing function that reports the percentage returns E_ABORT.
[C++ only] If this method returns a value other than S_OK, it indicates that an error occurred on the client-side, and in this case the value of the Cancel parameter is not taken into account.
The client implementation of this method must assure that all exceptions thrown inside the method are caught and handled and no exceptions are propagated outside the method. Propagation of an exception outside the method may lead to unpredictable results (such as program termination).