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Better response on post [C++] ClsIDCallback sampleBackground Intelligent Transfer Service COM notification sample

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This sample demonstrates how to use COM notifications to launch your application when the BITS job is finished downloading. There are multiple ways to wait for a BITS transfer to complete: synchronously poll for status, register a program that BITS will execute when the job is complete, register a COM interface pointer whose methods BITS will call when the job is complete, or register a COM class (an instance of which will be activated by BITS when the job is complete). This sample illustrates the latter scenario where the BITS API is used to register a COM class for notification upon job completion.

Note The Windows-classic-samples repo contains a variety of code samples that exercise the various programming models, platforms, features, and components available in Windows and/or Windows Server. This repo provides a Visual Studio solution (SLN) file for each sample, along with the source files, assets, resources, and metadata needed to compile and run the sample. For more info about the programming models, platforms, languages, and APIs demonstrated in these samples, check out the documentation on the Windows Dev Center. This sample is provided as-is in order to indicate or demonstrate the functionality of the programming models and feature APIs for Windows and/or Windows Server. This sample was created for Windows 8.1 and/or Windows Server 2012 R2 using Visual Studio 2013, but in many cases it will run unaltered using later versions. This sample was created for Windows 8.1 and/or Windows Server 2012 R2 using Visual Studio 2013, but in many cases it will run unaltered using later versions. Please provide feedback on this sample!

Operating system requirements 
  • Client - Windows 8.1
  • Server - Windows Server 2012 R2

Build the sample
  • Start Visual Studio and select File > Open > Project/Solution.
  • Go to the directory named for the sample, and double-click the Microsoft Visual Studio Solution (.sln) file.
  • Press F7 (or F6 for Visual Studio 2013) or use Build > Build Solution to build the sample.
  • Run the sample
  • To debug the app and then run it, press F5 or use Debug > Start Debugging. To run the app without debugging, press Ctrl+F5 or use Debug > Start Without Debugging.

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