Posted on 2008-11-01
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Last Modified: 2013-11-17

I use some custom controls on my CF2 Form I add dynamic and need to remove dynamic from my Form.
The matter is that I get an ObjectDisposedException when I dispose it at some of it's events.

So in the constructor I apply some events to the parent form eg.:
this.Parent.MouseUp += new MouseEventHandler(Parent_MouseUp);

When I dispose it I remove these events:
protected override void Dispose(bool disposing)
   this.Parent.MouseUp -= Parent_MouseUp;

However this don't solve the problem.
What works for me is to catch the ObjectDisposedException but I think this is not the cleanest way to make it working ...

Maybe somebody know a better solution?


Question by:andre72
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by:Jaime Olivares
ID: 22857473
you don't need that. Dispose() function is intended to free non-managed resources like GDI or database resources.
The events will be removed without your intervention when the object is no longer used.

Author Comment

ID: 22857484
Thanks for the information so you've also any idea about the Exception?
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by:Jaime Olivares
ID: 22857647
the exception is produced because the parent window was disposed at the moment the line of code is excecuted. But as I said, what you are doing is not needed.
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Author Comment

ID: 22857681
Sorry for missunderstanding - it doesn't matter if I include it or not. Because of your hint I removed the lines as the dispose do it itself ...
But the problem is still the same ...
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Accepted Solution

Jaime Olivares earned 1000 total points
ID: 22859907
remove all the dispose method.

Author Comment

ID: 22862266
The control get it's events from the parent control:
                this.Parent.MouseDown += new MouseEventHandler(Parent_MouseDown);
                this.Parent.MouseUp += new MouseEventHandler(Parent_MouseUp);
                this.Parent.MouseMove += new MouseEventHandler(Parent_MouseMove);

Isn't there a way to clear any event of it and / or clear the message queue?

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