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DataTransferProgressEventType Enumeration

The DataTransferProgressEventType enumeration contains values that are used to specify the type of data transfer progress event.

Namespace:  Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Common
Assembly:  Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo (in Microsoft.SqlServer.ConnectionInfo.dll)
public enum DataTransferProgressEventType
Member nameDescription
ExecuteNonTransactableSqlAn event that occurs when non-transactable Transact-SQL commands are executed.
StartTransactionAn event that occurs when a transaction is started.
AllowedToFailPrologueSqlAn event that occurs when a prologue Transact-SQL command is allowed to fail.
ExecutePrologueSqlAn event that occurs when prologue Transact-SQL commands are executed.
GenerateDataFlowAn event that occurs when generating data flow.
ExecutingDataFlowAn event that occurs when executing data flow.
TransferringRowsAn event that occurs when transferring rows.
ExecuteEpilogueSqlAn event that occurs when epilogue Transact-SQL commands are executed.
CommitTransactionAn event that occurs when a transaction is committed.
RollbackTransactionAn event that occurs when a transaction is rolled back.
ExecuteCompensatingSqlAn event that occurs when compensating Transact-SQL commands are executed.
CancelQueryAn event that occurs when a Transact-SQL query is canceled.
ErrorAn event that occurs when an error occurs.

The DataTransferProgressEventType class is served by the DataTransferProgressEventType class.

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