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WPF MVVM RoutedEvent

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Hi, I want to make a custom search control. I have followed this example about the RoutedEvent and everythings works fine. The only problem is i have now a code behind file and i whant this in my ViewModel. How can i do this? Control class public class SearchTextBox: TextBox { public static readonly RoutedEvent searchEvent = EventManager.RegisterRoutedEvent( "Search", RoutingStrategy.Bubble, typeof(RoutedEventHandler), typeof(SearchTextBox)); public event RoutedEventHandler Search { add { AddHandler(searchEvent, value); } remove { RemoveHandler(searchEvent, value); } } void RaiseSearchEvent() { RoutedEventArgs newEventArgs = new RoutedEventArgs(SearchTextBox.searchEvent); RaiseEvent(newEventArgs); } protected override void OnTextChanged(System.Windows.Controls.TextChangedEventArgs e) { RaiseSearchEvent(); } } Application View <lib:SearchTextBox Search="....."/> Application Model ..... I've searched the internet and the related topics from MSDN but could not find the answer. Kind regards, Flaminio

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