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QuestionHow can I update databse record on application ending explicitly(power failure) Pin
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HI all,
I have a windows application which runs a process,

I am updating database column "Status" with Processing when the application is running, and on completion I update it with Staus="Completed" or in case I close the application
I update db with Status="Interupted" .

I have problem that in case while proces is running, power supply or system turns off, the db Status="Processing", but in actual it is interupted.
How will i update?

Please help.
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