Catching an ActiveX event in C#

Posted on 2006-04-20
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Im using an activex which was developed in C++ in C#, is there any way to catch the events fired by the activeX in C# like we catch them in VC++ applications?
Question by:jyotishb
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Fahad Mukhtar earned 2000 total points
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suppose myActiveXControl is your instance name then u can catch the event myActiveXControlEvent in following way:

1. Write myActiveXControl.myActiveXControlEvent +=
2. IDE asks you to press TAB key twice to write event handle to catch the event myActiveXControlEvent
3. So Press TAB key Twice
4. Write code to hande the event
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by:Fahad Mukhtar
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do these steps in form_load event

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cool.. Thanx.. i think it will work now..

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