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  • ExitApp pverbs: = Invoke (pid, "Verbs") pvb: = Invoke_ (pverbs, "Item", 3, nVB: = 0)

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  • Whenever you call Invoke, you have to wait for the return call, so your current thread hangs until the remote operation completes.

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  • In this case you should either call Invoke or BeginInvoke on the control before you execute any code.

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  • Since the progress bar control is owned by the main thread, while the application uses a ThreadPool worker thread to transmit the message to BizTalk, in order to change the value of the progress bar is necessary to call the Invoke method exposed by the

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  • Prior to calling Invoke, I used the following code to set the Session variable named sn to the

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  • The problem that I have now is that calling Invoke sometimes throws an InvalidOperationException if the handle is not created - which is stil handable - but in some cases it just does not return.

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  • The background thread may call Invoke even while the UI thread is on it is way between the handle being destroyed and the entry to OnHandleDestroyed (or maybe WndProc), which is the first chance for me to react on it.

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  • Here is how you make it work: you need to do is to specify the method as property and then call the Invoke () method on that property.

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  • The overriden Invoke in turn calls MarshaledInvoke on the marshaling control passing in the current caller (note we need this because the marshalling control might be different from the control we called Invoke on), the delegate we are marshalling, the arguments, and whether or not we want synchronous marshaling.

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  • You may invoke it at any time simply by saying "Invoke" while holding it before you.

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