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    background worker error handling

    hi to everyone.
    not sure if this is the proper place to post this question - if it is not, then please accept my apology.

    i am trying to find out how to use a try/catch in the backgroundworker completed code block?

    the situation is this:
    i have a grid that is refreshing and the refresh is attached to a background worker.
    everything seems to be going good. except for 1 hiccup -

    seems if i click on the button that is attached to the posting of my grid - and this click event happens to
    take place at the same time my background worker is in a refresh state - i will recieve the error of "it is in use"
    when i hit continue through this error - my grid will refresh and carry on its merry way.

    it is not happening all the time - just at the odd times my refresh is coinciding with my button click event.

    any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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    Re: background worker error handling

    Delete Line #42?

    Seriously, we'd need to see some code. Study the links (in my signature) for the VB SAMPLES on the right way to do it!
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