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nested_scheduler_missing_detach Class


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This class describes an exception thrown when the Concurrency Runtime detects that you neglected to call the CurrentScheduler::Detach method on a context that attached to a second scheduler using the Attach method of the Scheduler object.

class nested_scheduler_missing_detach : public std::exception;

Public Constructors

nested_scheduler_missing_detach::nested_scheduler_missing_detach ConstructorOverloaded. Constructs a nested_scheduler_missing_detach object.

This exception is thrown only when you nest one scheduler inside another by calling the Attach method of a Scheduler object on a context that is already owned by or attached to another scheduler. The Concurrency Runtime throws this exception opportunistically when it can detect the scenario as an aid to locating the problem. Not every instance of neglecting to call the CurrentScheduler::Detach method is guaranteed to throw this exception.



Header: concrt.h

Namespace: concurrency

Constructs a nested_scheduler_missing_detach object.

explicit _CRTIMP nested_scheduler_missing_detach(_In_z_ const char* _Message) throw();

nested_scheduler_missing_detach() throw();


A descriptive message of the error.

concurrency Namespace
Scheduler Class

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