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Description: tcpIQ Thread Pool is a .Net component for the efficient and elegant management of multiple threads in a .Net application.
The .Net Framework provides thread creation and advanced synchronisation functionality but once multiple threads are running there is no native functionality for the suspension or abortion of a collection of threads. To solve the problems with the tracking, suspension and termination of multiple threads, tcpIQ has developed the tcpIQ Thread Pool.
Levering the efficiency of the .Net Thread Pool class, the tcpIQ Thread Pool allows the developer to create any number of worker threads (more than the maximum 25 threads allowed by the .Net Framework), and then to issue a command to elegantly terminate all running threads. The thread termination occurs without the need to issue a Thread.Abort() and therefore avoids its associated problems. The application, operating system or database are guarenteed to be left in a predefined state.
The tcpIQ Thread Pool comes with the binary DLL, a number of examples and a comprehensive on-line Help that is integrated with Visual Studio and is backed by tcpIQ's great support.
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