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r.a.d.controls for WinForms
Julian Benkov, telerik
February 27, 2007
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To make a Windows Form work correctly from a COM client application, you must run it on a Windows Forms message loop. To do this, use one of the following approaches:
Use the System.Windows.Forms.Form.ShowDialog method to display the Windows Form. For more information, see How to: Support COM Interop by Displaying a Windows Form with the ShowDialog Method .
Display each Windows Form on a new thread. For more information, see How to: Support COM Interop by Displaying Each Windows Form on Its Own Thread .
Create a shared message loop on a new thread in the .NET Framework component. For more information, see How to: Support COM Interop by Displaying Windows Forms on a Shared Thread .
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