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Posted on 2003-02-25
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When I am calling Form2 from From1 by clicking the button, first time it is showing the data. Next time when I click the button, its throwing the following error..

Caught: Cannot access a disposed object named "Form2".
Object name: "Form2".


Code:
void button1_Click(object sender,system.EventArgs e)
{
  try
  {  form2.Show();
  }catch (ObjectDisposedException err)
   {Console.WriteLine("Caught: {0}", err.Message);}
}


I have tried the ShowDialog method also. In that case it is appending the same data again.

When I click the button from Form1, it shows 4 records in Form2 (in datagrid). When I click it again it appends the same records. so I see 8 records.

Pl suggest.

regds
Rajesh
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Question by:rnavduri
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by:Volcano_88101
ID: 8022425
What is the Definition of Form2?
Is Form2 the name of your Form?
If you are probably want to define your variable something like this

private Form2 myform = new Form2();

in your Form1 class
Then whenever you call your ShowCode go
myform.Show();


Also on another note.
You might change the OnClosing and have it autohide on the user hitting the okay button or hitting the Close button

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from .NET Framework Class Library:

Note:   When the Close method is called on a Form displayed as a modeless window, you cannot call the Show method to make the form visible, because the form's resources have already been released. To hide a form and then make it visible, use the Control.Hide method.
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