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KishorN Absent Member.
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Want to call/stop event raising manually

Hi All,

I want to call or stop event raising manually in Silk4NET. Is it possible to do this ?

Thanks,

Kishor.

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Ulrich_Kroemer Absent Member.
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RE: Want to call/stop event raising manually

hi,

what kind of event are your talking about?

kind regards,

ulrich

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KishorN Absent Member.
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RE: Want to call/stop event raising manually

Hi,

I am using Infragesic UltraGrid control, at time of insert data in cell using TAB key it fires RowUpdate event.

I don't want to call this event at time of insert data in UltraGrid and call this evnet after all data insertion complete.

Regards,

Kishor.

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Ulrich_Kroemer Absent Member.
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RE: Want to call/stop event raising manually

hi,

if the control is programmed this way you will not be able to supress the event (at least not from Silk Test). This needs to be done in the application code.

if you want to raise the event, this can be done using the DynamicInvoke feature from Silk Test.

kind regards,

ulrich

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KishorN Absent Member.
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RE: Want to call/stop event raising manually

Hi,

Thank you so much for your valuable reply, definitely it will work. Thanks again.

Regards,

Kishor.

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