Sep 13, 2009
I have an object Order with a simple event, Public Event ErrorOccurred(ByVal msg As String)that I raise in the constructor like so when an order cannot be found (along w/setting a boolean error flag:
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RaiseEvent ErrorOccurred("This order does not exist in the database.")
[Error] = True
I have a webform subscribed to the order's ErrorOccurred event:
Public WithEvents o As New Order
and I have an error handler method on the form:
Private Sub OnErrorOccurred(ByVal msg As String) Handles o.ErrorOccurred
litMsg.Text = "<p class=""error-confirm"">" & msg & "</p>"
When a textbox is changed, it autoposts back to the page and employs the following logic:
Private Sub txtOrderID_TextChanged(ByVal sender As Object,_
ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles txtOrderID.TextChanged
If IsNumeric(txtOrderID.Text) Then
When there is an error (when the Else logic is run), everything performs as expected except the event does not fire. However, since the Error flag is set to true, it means the event MUST have fired, since that line executes AFTER the RaiseEvent line. I've tried everything I can think of, but I cannot figure out what could be wrong. I have events strewn everywhere in my project and they all work well using virtually the same structure.