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I've created an ActiveX usercontrol in Visual Studio C# which can be used within the OCX control of Uniface. Interacting with the ActiveX usercontrol using provided methods works fine. But I want Uniface to react on events happening in the usercontrol as well. For instance the user clicks on a button in the usercontrol on which Uniface has to respond. I would like to call an Uniface extended trigger.
So far I found a method to bubble up an event from an usercontrol to the parent control, but this seems to be only the case for ActiveX components. I want to expose the event to Uniface extended trigger like explained in the Uniface documentation about OCX controls.
Does anyone have suggestions about how to accomplish this.
Thanks in advance.
I've found the following info in my archive:
Exposing .NET controls to Uniface
The following currently needs to be done for the .NET control in order to make the .NET control visible for Uniface:
I hope this helps.
It's also possible without the COM registration in WIndows.We changed the Uniface.exe, Idf.exe, userver.exe manifest file to have the .Net components in Uniface without registration
I've succeeded in getting the extended triggers in Uniface based on the event in the ActiveX COM/OCX usercontrol, but I get two triggers instead of one, namely add_buttonclicked and remove_buttonclicked, both with a handle as argument. I would like just one trigger buttonclicked with some arguments containing some values (numeric and string) to pass to Uniface.
Any idea how to accomplish this.
Maybe the following helps?
> Microsoft Interop Forms Toolkit 2.0
> Interop Forms Toolkit 2.0 Tutorial
This should also work with Uniface.
I don't think I have a working sample for this. But I know that customers are using .Net user controls (including Extended Triggers) in their applications. Maybe another forum user can share his experience here?
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