Problem raising events

Posted on 2008-11-05
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Last Modified: 2010-04-23
I have an event declared in one form that also has an Observer.
If I save the data in that form, the Observer takes care of updating the data on the "parent" form.
However, I am also wanting to call a function in the parent form using the event and it is not firing
even when I raise it.

Any ideas?
Question by:Eddie Shipman
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omegaomega earned 2000 total points
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Hello, Eddie,

It would probably help if you could show us some of your code.  In particular, how is the event declared, and how is the handler in your parent form assigned.

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by:Eddie Shipman
ID: 22895248
will try today.

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