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How to get component in winforms

Hi all,

I have a Parent Form, and several child forms extends from this Parent
Form. I would instantiate the child forms and return as Parent Form
(factory methods).

In the Parent Form there is a method which I need to dynamically close
all the connection associated with OleDbCommand.

The original code from Borland C++ builder:

['this' refer to current windows form]
// For all the components on the form
for (int i = 0; i < this->ComponentCount; i++)
TComponent *comp = this->Components[i];
TADOQuery *form_query = dynamic_cast<TADOQuery *>(comp);

if (form_query != NULL)
} // for

I used something like 'this.Container.Components' to refer to my
component, but it give me an error object reference not set to an
instance of object. When I checked, even 'this.Container' is null. Is
there other approach to dynamically get my components?

regards & thanks,

Feb 23 '06 #1
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