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MichaeB (1) [Avatar] Offline
I am reading CLI/C++ in action trying to find a guidance to the following problem:
I have C++ code that has to use external assembly. This assembly is a component and it has one event delegate. Let's say this component has following code:

namespace MyNamespace.MyModel
public partial class ModelGUI: UserControl
public delegate void TestDelegate(int intval, String strval);
public ModelGUI() {...}

public event TestDelegate OnTestDelegate;

I need to be able to handle events raised from ModelGUI in my C++ class.
My C++ class cannot import the assembly, so it loads it dynamicaly and uses Reflection to get to the methods. Here is what I do:

System::Windows::Forms::Control ^ control; // points to the instance of ModelGUI
System::Type^ type = control->GetType();
System::Reflection::EventInfo^ eInfo = type->GetEvent("OnTestDelegate"smilie;

Here is where my problems start:
eInfo->AddEventHandler(control, <eventhandler>smilie;

The problem is that I cannot figure out how to propertly define event handler in my class and use it to add event handler. Note that I cannot directly import the assembly so MyNamespace.MyModel is not visible to my C++ code.