Dear all,

I have an VB windows application that colect information form a remote database and then populate the tree view with part of the reords.
As database data can be huge , I have used the Queeue threading process to colect those information. Then when the callback function is called I populate my treeview with teh return object.

As the treeview control is not on the same thread, I have to use the Invoke method.

For that I have first declare a delagate as follow :

Delegate Sub ReelList(ByVal Remote As Object)
Dim CollectReels As ReelList = AddressOf CollectReelHist

Then definition of my function CollectReelHist as :

private sub CollectReelHist (Remote as object)
....blabla
end sub

Then from my call back function of my main form I use :

Dim sParam(0) As Object
sParam(0) = m_objRemoteHist
myTreeView.Invoke(Me.CollectReels, sParam)

The problem I have is that it works only once, as long as my application keeps running. If I stop my application and restart it again after a while the delegate function cannot be called anymore and my application gets status "Not Responding"

I have found out that if I create a new delegate function and paste the same code in it, then it works again for a while.

It sounds like the function pointer gets corrupted after a while.

Do you have any idea ?

When my application restart to I have to use the myDelegate.RemoveAll in order to clean ?

Can a Control invoke different delegates?

thnaks for your help
regards
Serge