You're trying to add event handler and mess up with parameters. Adding an event handler won't help you. You don't need to touch the invocation list of the event handler, you need to raise the event.
, you already got the instance of the class
. Now you need to raise it. Your next step is to call
of the type
and call this method using Reflection method invocation. You should expect the method with two parameters (and one hidden parameter is "self" which is the instance of the declaring class, this is your
variable you already initialized): sender of the object type and event arguments of the type
or a derived class.
You can find out the signature of the raise method by using
, the type and other properties of each parameter using the class
You can invoke the raise method using
. That will be your last step in raising the instance of the event with the parameters you provide.
For further detail, see: