Well you should maybe give a bit more information : what have you tried - what doesn't work. Have you looked into any examples? In the DXSDK there is plenty of simple examples how to draw a triangle, how to light a triangle etc.
Since you are using DX9, you may even start without using any shaders - the fixed function pipeline does all that you need for drawing gouraud shaded objects with ambient, diffuse and specular lighting. No need even for a lighting model or anything.
Typically to attain that objective you'll need (assuming that you are using fixed function pipeline) :
- vertex buffer (+index buffer) containing a 3d mesh with at least position and normal data
- vertex format declaration or FVF which matches the vertex buffer data
- a material description with desired ambient, diffuse, specular values
- a light structure with required lighting information (position, diffuse, direction)
- a view matrix describing your camera location and orientation
- a projection matrix to describe your view port form and znear and zfar planes
- a world matrix for the object orientation and location
- well of course a back buffer and z-buffer a required too ... and a window
Anyway, take a look in to the examples of the DXSDK or google. You'll find source which does more and less exactly what you need.
 when using the fixed function pipeline, you'll have less control over the lighting calculations. You'll need to use a vertex shader and a pixel shader to implement some specific lighting formulas. Once again, there are samples using VS/PS so it is pointless to write an exact answer for your question.
Edited by kauna, 06 May 2014 - 12:30 PM.