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vb.net process specification

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in my vb.net application i used the following in my design:
Labels, Textbox, Buttons, DatagridView, RichTextBox, ListBox

what i want to know is which of them are event or sub procedure so i can write the process specification for them
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Ramesh SrinivasTechnical Consultant
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Hi,

I don't think you have clearly explained what it is you require.

All controls have EVENTS which are fired depending on the action performed on them/by them.

I dont know what you mean by "process specification". If you mean that you intend to alter their behaviours, then you can do this by creating custom controls. This usually involves inheriting the control in your new control and then overriding its base/standard events & functionaility.

regards,

saleek

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Well here is an example of what im trying to do

Event/SubName :  searchBtn_Click
control Object: searchBtn
Calls : Nil
Description: Select all records from customer table where sub-string in searchTB matches <dbField:Surname>

and im told each event or sub procedure must have a process specification but im confused is it that all this Labels, Textbox, Buttons, DatagridView, RichTextBox, ListBox must have a process specification

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usually buttons have Process Specifications.. Check something like
Handles searchBtn in code or from property window .. see the bold events..

that can give you a start to make process specifications

Commented:
Basically you need to see what are all the events attached to the controls and what they do ..

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Commented:
usually buttons have process specifications ....ok
but does any of this Labels, Textbox, DatagridView, RichTextBox, ListBox usually have process specifications

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I think you should write for Buttons,
and see if any events are attaches with any other objects..
e.g. DataGridView click event or any such thing ...

You can add there functionality as well..

In short, where ever user interacts with application, can be a added as Process Specs

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Commented:
I have written a process specification like this for a button named Go


Event/SubName  goBtn_Click
   Control Object    goBtn
    Calls                  Nil
   Description        Select all records from staffs table where sub-string in searchTB matches <dbField:staffLastName>

How can i write a process specification for a datagridview that shows staffs table in the staff database i can double click the datagridview to capture all the data in that selected row onto a richtextbox

would it be something like this

Event/SubName  datagridview1_DoubleClick
   Control Object    datagridview1
    Calls                  Nil
   Description       ???

i dont know how to word the description and im not sure about the nil either

im not very good at this

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