I wound up leaving the original delegate in my iCR and everything you originally recommended above. Then I created a separate delegate and handler in my C_Comm.cs class. I couldn't see any other way to update my progressBar and also share the same delegate and event. Thanks for the help!
I dont see any error in your declaration, i.e the delegate method is declared in Comm.cs file which is referred in all the other 3(or more project) iCR,CR5 and form Class. so the delegate should be available in all other classes and you need to include the proper namespaces in other project files.
Thank you so much for the help. We have a very small work group here, and they are not programmers and don't understand this stuff (not to mention me having a tough time with events and this architecture). It turned out I wasn't "using" C_Comm in my interface. Once I did that and fixed a couple of declarations to use the C_Comm version of the Handler, all worked.
@jibesh - I added an interface (see my recent question), and my event is null when I try to update my progress bar. I know you have a good idea about events and interfaces. If you could take a look at my newly posted question(Thursday post maybe), I'd appreciate it. Thanks!
I need to include a pdf file in my sandcastle documentation. The user should be able to navigate to the pdf on clicking it in the .chm file. Is it possible to do this? I've been searching all forums with no proper answer. I have tried using href tag in the xml comment and providing the url of the pdf file. But it opens the browser instead of the pdf file. Has anyone done this before?
You can check the value of the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\DirectX\Version registry key. This table[^] will show you the version according to the version number. For example 4.09.00.0904 is DirectX 9.0c.
then is selectionChange event i Select another data in list and before set it to listbox datasource .. datasource of datagrid change and all columns and data of customer cleared and replaced by Notices ???????
Items appear selected only when the ListView control has focus. To select items in response to a user action such as a button click, be sure to call the Focus method in addition to setting this property.