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I am using VB.net, reworking one of our GPS solutions and I have class A that inherits from class B and implements interface C.
I defined Events in interface C and when I raise those events from class A, they do not bubble up to application D that consumes class A.

I found some information here, that says I need to define my events in class B and raise them by calling a overridable sub in class B. But I had trouble with that as well.

The whole thing is not very intuitive, I wonder if I am missing something obvious. I'll post my solution when I figure it out...until then, if any smarter OOP programmers have any ideas, please let me know.

Posted on Friday, June 17, 2005 1:59 PM .NET | Back to top


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