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How can I tell if my method is executed from the VCL thread or from another thread (a TThread descendant)?

procedure TFoo.Bar;
begin
  if InVclThread then
    This
  else
    That;
end;
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by:shaneholmes
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In your threads execute method, place a flag variable

var
 InVclThread : boolean

which you can set to true in the thread


then you can test it outside the thread


Shane
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Lee_Nover earned 200 total points
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function InVCLThread: Boolean;
begin
     Result:=GetWindowThreadProcessId(Application.Handle) = GetCurrentThreadId;
end;

should do :)
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by:shaneholmes
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procedure TMyClientThread.Execute;
begin
 //call your method here
 InVclThread:= True;
end;

Shane
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by:__alex
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Thanks Lee!
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