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How to Determine Event Subscriptions at Runtime

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How to Determine Event Subscriptions at Runtime

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Forgot this again, so thought I'd repost it...

http://consultingblogs.emc.com/merrickchaffer/archive/2011/02/02/how-to-determine-event-subscriptions-at-runtime.aspx

((System.Delegate)myObject.MyEventName).GetInvocationList()

Executing that in the immediate window will spawn you out a list of the attached event handlers to your event at runtime.

Also, if you're trying extract the invocation list of a dotNetBar 11.8.0.1 ButtonItem control's click handler, then the following code is necessary due to the obsfucation of the code that dotNetBar controls have within them. The strange Convert.ToChar(2694) is required in order to ensure that the code page of the C# file remains as ANSI (or Windows 1252), instead of asking you to switch to UTF-8 if you use the actual character code that the private event is stored as.

var buttonItem = sender as ButtonItem;
            var clickHandler = string.Empty;
            if (buttonItem != null)
            {

                var clickEvent = typeof(BaseItem).GetField(Convert.ToChar(2694).ToString(CultureInfo.InvariantCulture), BindingFlags.Instance | BindingFlags.NonPublic | BindingFlags.FlattenHierarchy);

                if (clickEvent != null)
                {
                    var clickEventDelegate = clickEvent.GetValue(buttonItem) as Delegate;
                    if (clickEventDelegate != null)
                    {
                        var invocationList = clickEventDelegate.GetInvocationList();
                        if (invocationList.Length > 0)
                        {
                            clickHandler = invocationList[0].Method.Name;
                        }
                    }
                }
            }

            MessageBox.Show(
                string.Format(
                    "The click event {0} is yet to be implemented. If you're attached the debugger will now launch",
                    clickHandler), "Click event handler not yet implemented yet", MessageBoxButtons.OK, MessageBoxIcon.Information);
            Debugger.Break();
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