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Bind windows form [X] with exit

Posted on 2009-04-02
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Hi I have a window form exit function which checks for text change before exiting the application.But I found out the windows [X] button on the top right ignores this and closes the apllication.
I was wondering if i could bind the both together so no matter how the user wants to exit the application it'll prform the text change check.
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Question by:csharp_learner
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by:Cebik
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Hi

private void Form1_FormClosing(object sender, FormClosingEventArgs e)

{

    DialogResult res = MessageBox.Show("Are you shure?", "?", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo, MessageBoxIcon.Question);

    if (res != DialogResult.Yes)

        e.Cancel = true;

}

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by:Cebik
ID: 24057292
It will help you..
Change 3 line into your check function and use e.Cancel = true if you don't won't close application.
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by:Cebik
ID: 24057356
by the way If you needed...
If you wan't check/refresh databindings object before close..


form1.BindingContext[yourClass].EndCurrentEdit();

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by:csharp_learner
ID: 24057366
sorry but can't seem to get it working, it still closes when i click on [X]
This is my normal close function how can i link both together?
Thanks for the help.
        private void MainExit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

        {

            if (Box1.Text != Box1Value | Box2.Text != Box2Value)

            {

                MessageBox.Show("cannot close");

                return; }

            this.Close();

        }

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Cebik earned 250 total points
ID: 24057524
Try this..

private void Form1_FormClosing(object sender, FormClosingEventArgs e)

{

    if (Box1.Text != Box1Value | Box2.Text != Box2Value)

    {

          MessageBox.Show("cannot close");

          e.Cancel = true;

    }

}
 

private void MainExit_Click(object sender, EventArgs e)

{

       this.Close();

}

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by:Cebik
ID: 24057535
Offcourse add function Form1_FormClosing into form closing event in the Form1Designer..
or programaticly


public Form1()

{

    InitializeComponent();

    this.FormClosing += new FormClosingEventHandler(Form1_FormClosing);

}

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by:csharp_learner
ID: 24057762
Thanks Cebik i got it working and i assigned the function to the FormClosing event.
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