Gets or sets a value indicating whether the service can be paused and resumed.
Assembly: System.ServiceProcess (in System.ServiceProcess.dll)
The service has already been started. The property cannot be changed once the service has started.
Set the value of the property in the constructor for the service.
When a service is paused, it halts what it is doing. When you continue the service (either through the Service Control Manager or programmatically), OnContinue runs.
Sending a Pause request to the service can conserve system resources. Pause may not release all system resources, but Stop does. OnPause and OnContinue are often implemented to perform less processing than OnStop and OnStart.
When is true, override OnPause and OnContinue to specify the processing that should occur when the Service Control Manager (SCM) passes a Pause or Continue request to your service. OnContinue should be implemented to undo the processing in OnPause.
If is false, the SCM will not pass Pause or Continue requests to the service, so the OnPause and OnContinue methods will not be called even if they are implemented. In the SCM, the Pause and Continue controls are disabled when is false.
- Full trust for the immediate caller. This member cannot be used by partially trusted code. For more information, see Using Libraries from Partially Trusted Code.
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