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Hi,
I have a scenario like where i have 4 forms in a forms application. form1 creates a folder, form2 checks for the availability of port number in iis, form3 creates a new site in iis, form 4 creates a new aplication pool in iis. The problem here is that when form 1 or form2 or form3 or form4 fails i want the entire process to get stopped and return to form1. but whats happening here is even if form 1 or form2 fails the other forms continue to execute which should not happen.
kindly help plz. Many thanks in advance
Posted 22-Apr-13 19:41pm

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This request makes no sense at all, because the notions of return, failure (exception?) and execution are related to methods and the thread's stack, not the form. A form is not a method to be returned. So, you should first learn: 1) methods, method parameters, method returns, 2) stack operation, 3) structured exception handling. If you do this, such concerns will immediately stop bothering you.
 
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