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Dispose not called on components on inherited WindowContainer


TitleDispose not called on components on inherited WindowContainer
URL Namedispose-not-called-on-components-on-inherited-windowcontainer
Article Number000138444
EnvironmentProduct: OpenEdge
Version: 10.2x, 11.x
OS: Windows
Other: GUI for .NET
Question/Problem Description
Dispose is not called on components on inherited WindowContainer.

ComponentCollection property is not available when creating an inherited WindowContainer (Progress.Windows.WindowContainer)

Classes inheriting from Progress.Windows.Form or Progress.Windows.UserControl do have a ComponentCollection property.
Steps to Reproduce
Clarifying Information
ComponentCollection property and associated code have been implemented to ensure that components are cleaned up when they are disposed of.

Both Progress.Windows.Form and Progress.Windows.UserControl provides a ComponentCollection property.

See article# 000034180, "PDSOE 11.1 User Control and Form constructor code is different to previous versions" for more information.
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement NumberDefect OCTA-10015
Progress.Windows.WindowContainer inherits from System.Windows.Forms.UserControl, rather than Progress.Windows.UserControl. As a result, the ComponentCollection property and associated code are not present in the generated class.
Until the fix is available, use the workaround below.
Add the following code to the classes to implement a clean-up mechanism

DEFINE PRIVATE VARIABLE components AS System.ComponentModel.IContainer NO-UNDO.

components = NEW System.ComponentModel.Container().

New Method:
METHOD PRIVATE VOID <className>_Disposed(sender AS Object, e AS System.EventArgs):

If present, remove this code from the DESTRUCTOR:
    CAST(components, System.IDisposable):Dispose().
References to other documentation:

Progress article(s):
000034180, "PDSOE 11.1 User Control and Form constructor code is different to previous versions"
Last Modified Date12/14/2018 12:18 PM
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