Universal Windows Service Class Library

CrashMonitor.Stop Method 

Signals the monitor that it should stop it's work.

public override void Stop();




This function tells the monitor to stop it's work. All temporary resources will be given free. No further event calls are made but the callback functions for monitor event are already stored.

When this function was called the Start method restart the monitor which fires the monitor events again. The stored callback functions are used furthermore.


Exception TypeCondition
ArgumentExceptionThrown if no application list was given.

See Also

CrashMonitor Class | uws.Monitors Namespace | IMonitor | Monitor