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Hi All


Delphi 10.3  / OmniThread 3.07.7


I'm playing with forms and threads and I'm a little lost...


From a main form  (FormMaster) , I have a button, when I click on it , it create another form (FormGrid)


in FormGrid (1), I create a class (TFOmniDb) and create everything within the Thread (as the two fish sample)  and update a grid on (1).


now, If I create another FormGrid (2),  and launch  also the thread, then eveything on (1) stop instead of running in background)


Could yoy help me to find the way of doing it ?






TFOmniDb = class
    FId         : string;
    FDo         : TpDo;
    FDm         : TDM;
    FWorker     : IOmniBackgroundWorker;
    FRConfig    : RConnectionConfig;
    FPrcDone    : TOmniWorkItemDoneDelegate;
    FPrcToDo    : TPrcLoadData;

    FOnConnectionOpen : TNotify;

    procedure InitializeDatabase(var taskState: TOmniValue);
    procedure FinalizeDatabase(const taskState: TOmniValue);
    procedure ConnectToDatabase(const workItem: IOmniWorkItem);

    procedure FirstStage(dataModule : TDM);

    procedure LoadData(const workItem : IOmniworkItem);
    Procedure WorkOnData(const Sender: IOmniBackgroundWorker; const workItem: IOmniWorkItem);




procedure TFOmniDb.AfterConstruction;
  then  FWorker := Parallel.BackgroundWorker


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btw ... Delphi 10.3 and omnithread 3.07.7





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At the end, it has nothing to do with omnithread, I have the same result with the thread class itself.


I'll move my question (and provide sample)  to General Help



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