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I have separate add and edit dataforms that are sharing the same UIModel code. The code is 99% shared, but I have a couple of things that are specific for the edit form. Is there a way for me to tell which dataform is calling the UIModel code form the UIModel vb class?
I would advise against using the same exact UIModel file for two different specs. We've seen some issues when you do this (mainly because of the codegen class). Instead, the solution we use is to create a common helper class that is shared by both UIModel classes. The common helper class can handle the common stuff, while each UIModel class can remain specific to that spec. If you pass a reference of your UIModel to your common helper, then the helper class can do everything you need, even catching events on specific fields, etc.