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catching com object events in c#

Posted on 2003-11-26
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hi all
I'm using a com object through  c#  and I'm having trouble
catching the component's events.

the initialization code
this.axMap2.MouseDownEvent += new AxMapWinGIS._DMapEvents_MouseDownEventHandler(this.test1);

void test1(object sender,AxMapWinGIS._DMapEvents_MouseDownEvent a) {...}

does anyone has an idea why test1 method doesn't invoke when
i press on component surface ?
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Question by:saar900
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by:ptmcomp
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Does it work in VB6?
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by:saar900
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yes it does
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What do you get by:

public void TestBtnClick(...)
{
    this.axMap2.MouseDownEvent.GetInvocationList();
}
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