How To RaiseEvent In VB

Oct 18, 2011

I have 2 project in my Solution. Lets say Proj A and Proj B.Proj A is having my custom event. and same Proj is Raising that event using RaiseEvent Function of Vb.net And Proj B is having reference of Proj A. but my custom event cant raise. Could any one can explain me how can I do that.?

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I am calling handleSwipeCardRequest function first and then Raising its event.

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