Thanks to Matt Dotson, who gave some code up on GotdotNet that shows how to get the GetWatcher in the Feed Management Api to work.I had a problem the other day with it. I couldn't get the Watcher attached to the feed. It was a simple casting problem and my misunderstanding of Interop.Here is my codeFeedsManagerClass fmc = new FeedsManagerClass();IFeed f = (IFeed) fmc.GetFeed("Internet Explorer Team Blog"); IFeedEvents_Event ife = (IFeedEvents_Event) f.GetWatcher(FEEDS_EVENTS_SCOPE.FES_ALL, FEEDS_EVENTS_MASK.FEM_FEEDEVENTS );ife.FeedItemCountChanged += new IFeedEvents_FeedItemCountChangedEventHandler(ife_FeedItemCountChanged);ife.FeedDownloadCompleted += new IFeedEvents_FeedDownloadCompletedEventHandler(ife_FeedDownloadCompleted);f.Download();Now my code works. I was casting to an FeedsWatcherClass rather than the IFeedEvents_Event interface.Silly me.
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