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RadToolBar Dynamically Assign Event Handler

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Steve Keating
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Steve Keating asked on 29 Jul 2008, 09:54 PM
Hi All,

I'm developing a UI framework and have an event handler defined in an interface so that all User controls / content pages can implement functionality through standard defined methods (interface definition). 

I have a RadToolbar in my ui framework and need to assign its event handler for the button click event in code behind so that each user control can re-define the inner workings of the event based on which buttons have been dynamically added to the toolbar by that page / user control. 

I can get a reference to the toolbar and dynamically add buttons to it no problem, However when i go to hook up an event handler vs 08 complains. 
Using the toolbar.ButtonClick += new EventHandler(addresof Event_Handler_Method)  doesn't seem to work. 

Anyone have any ideas as to how I can accomplish this programmatically or another syntax I can use that works with RadToolBar?  Or am I missing something and doing this entirely incorrectly?

Thanks,
SK

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Atanas Korchev
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answered on 30 Jul 2008, 07:55 AM
Hi Steve Keating,

What is the programming language you are using? In VB.NET you should use the AddHandler method. In C# you can use the "+=" syntax however you don't need an "addressof". Visual Studio should automatically generate the event handler for you.

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Steve Keating
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answered on 30 Jul 2008, 04:47 PM
Telerik,

Thanks!  Apparently I was mixing my language syntaxes.  I've been going back and forth between C# and VB a lot lately.  Using the AddHandler method fixed everything.  Thanks so much.  You guys have been great so far.  Always very quick response times and very useful answers!

Thanks,
SK
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