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Old August 26th, 2004, 05:45 PM
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Default vb.net window application Management resources

I have an application in vb.net window environment for insert, update record to access database. After running for 20 records it's hanged because of System.ComponentModel.Win32Exception error. it seems to me that the application eating out all of the resources. the automatic garbage collection and dispose don't work. Any idea would be greatly appreciated. thanks.

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Can you provide more information? What DB, version and post the actual error message?



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thanks Grincik50. I found out the "acceptchanges" command and set the objects (hide and show) so that I don't have to reload the objects.

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Hi guys,
any idea about disposing an object and gain back the memory that allocated from that disposed object?

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