Sends notification of a custom event from the script component to the host application.
You can only fire events if they have been declared in the <public> element.
Note The Behavior handler exposes a fireEvent method that is similar to the Automation handler version, but which includes support for event objects. For details, see Exposing Custom Events in Behavior Script Components.
The following shows a fragment of a script component that defines the event namechanged and shows how to fire it.
Note A CDATA section is required to make the script in the <script> element opaque. For details, see Script Component Files and XML Conformance.
<public> <property name="name"> <get/> <put/> </property> <event name="namechanged"> </public> <script language="VBScript"> <![CDATA[ var name Sub get_lowercaseName() get_lowercaseName = name End Sub Sub put_lowercaseName(newLCName) name = newLCName fireEvent("namechanged") End Sub ]]> </script>