Passing a string through a BackgroundWorker's RunWorkerAsync

I have a Bacground Worker where it needs a string. I have put the string in the RunWorkerAsync function but when I try to cast the sender variable back to a string with the following line..

Calling method:

String^ arg=this->GenerateArg();

casting Method

String args = dynamic_cast<String^>(sender);

arg is a String^, I get what I expect in the message box but when casting the 'args' value is null
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You must extract argument from DoWorkEventArgs^ e parameter, I guess it should be:

String^ args = dynamic_cast<String^>(e->Argument);

See: DoWorkEventArgs.Argument Property

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HAve you tried to use safe_cast instead ?
BTW, sender is BackgroundWorker itself. You need to cast it to BackgroundWorker and use inside of DoWork function.
gilllyoAuthor Commented:

I have fixed that up...
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