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Simphony Extensibility - Getting Check data from events

Simphony Extensibility - Getting Check data from events

Simphony Extensibility - Getting Check data from events

I want to subscribe check events from our extension app. When a check is closed, I mean a customer makes payment and the cashier closes the check, I want to subscribe that event and get the current check / transaction information. We can manage that by adding an event / delegate function like so;

CODE --> c#

OpsCloseCheckEvent += OnCloseCheckEvent;

private EventProcessingInstruction OnCloseCheckEvent(object sender, OpsCloseCheckEventArgs args)
                OpsContext.ShowMessage("check closed");
                return (EventProcessingInstruction)0;
                return (EventProcessingInstruction)1;


İt fires the event and shows the message like I want. But how can I get the check object / information that has been paid from the args or sender parameters. I couldn’t find any methods in the args parameter. Maybe I need to subscribe to a different event. If possible, can you help this question with some code examples please ?

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