NSPopupButton question

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by sgthree, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. sgthree macrumors newbie

    Feb 10, 2012
    I am putting together an application which keeps track of competitors in a running event. Data is stored using core data. I have a competitor entity and an event entity, with a to-one relationship called subevent in my competitor entity.

    I wish to list competitor information in a table, with an associated detail view using array controllers and bindings.

    I would like the detail view to have a popup button showing the current event that competitor is entered in, with the ability to change event.

    How do I detect when the event has changed, but before it actually changes, so that i can get the user to confirm that the change should be made?
    I also need to know details of the old event, as I have to keep a record of the old event and registration number and the new event and registration number (which I have to allocate when the change is made) as well as dealing with the financial consequences of the change (make refund, charge more).

    My thinking is that I have to intercept the change in the popupbutton menu before it takes effect, but I can't see how I do this.

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