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Customer Events in Visual Studio

Posted on 2009-03-31
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Is there any way to create a method that you can cause to follow the execution of an event in Visual Studio?  In other words, can I make a certain method execute after a page load, etc?
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Not sure the exact question but you can call the method you want at the end in the handler of the event after which you want to execute the method..
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may be raise a custom event immediately after the first event is raised. Then in the event handler of the custom event ...make a call to your method.
Sorry for not providing any code...but thats the basic idea I got.
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