Jeff Ledbetter Product Architect | Roundtable Software
Just call the Form’s Show method.
Architect of the SmartComponent Library and WinKit
Ok. That works, but you still have to have some kind of .Net WAIT-FOR.
If one already has an app with a ABL WAIT-FOR, is it possible to fire up a .Net form, show it, and then resume my ABL wait? All the examples seems to be the WAIT-FOR System.Windows.Form.Application:Run(x) variety.
To my knowledge the first WAIT-FOR needs to by .NET style to give .NET components the chance to handle messages.
Progress uses the WAIT-FOR Application:Run() to initialize message handling in .NET and ABL.