Recently, I was trying to communicate Vis C# Express with a simulation software through COM. When the simulation software finishes its processing it triggers an event called SimulationFinished. Handling this event in a method within C#, let C# recognize the simulation is over. However, nothing more can be done; even a label change in the form cannot be accomplish.
Surprisingly, when the similar implementation is done in VB6Pro; when the event SimulationFinished is triggered at the end of the simulation, some other methods can be processed.
Is there any difference in dealing with COM events?
Thanks in Advance
PS: The simulation software provides a COM reference library for both VB and C#
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