Cannot access a disposed object in instance

i have problem with my project, i have 2 form, 1 form with MDI container = true and 1 form is child form. i have code in parent form like below

   Public Class frmInduk
    Dim afrmDaftarBarang As frmDaftarBarang = frmDaftarBarang.instance
    Private Sub DataBarangToolStripMenuItem_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles DataBarangToolStripMenuItem.Click

        With afrmDaftarBarang
            .MdiParent = Me
            'Dim afrmDaftarBarang As frmDaftarBarang = frmDaftarBarang.instance

        End With
    End Sub
End Class

and than, in my child form i have code like below

Public Class frmDaftarBarang
Private Shared anInstance As frmDaftarBarang
Public Shared ReadOnly Property instance() As frmDaftarBarang
        If anInstance Is Nothing Then
            anInstance = New frmDaftarBarang

        End If
        Return anInstance

    End Get
End Property

End Class

when i run this project, it no problem . my project can run very well. but the truble come when i call frmDataBarang, and then i close, but when i call frmDataBarang again i get some error lice picture bellow

i hope anybody can help me :(


You are trying to use the Singleton pattern, but you did it imperfectly. An MDI child form can be created more than once, you will have to set the singleton instance back to Nothing when it gets destroyed. Do so with the FormClosing event:

Protected Overrides Sub OnFormClosed(ByVal e As FormClosedEventArgs)
    anInstance = Nothing
End Sub

You will also need to do something reasonable when an existing instance is displayed again. It might not be in the right state. This code really belongs in the MDI parent, but you can limp along with this:

        If anInstance Is Nothing Then
            anInstance = New frmDaftarBarang
            If anInstance.WindowState = FormWindowState.Minimized Then
                anInstance.WindowState = FormWindowState.Normal
            End If
        End If
        Return anInstance

Do note that this gets ugly when you use the singleton to do things other than child activation. It is really rather a bad idea to use the pattern. It is fine on your MdiParent, there can only ever be one parent and when it gets closed then the program terminates anyway. But those same rules don't apply to a child. Move child instance management code to the parent class, that's where it belongs.

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