Re: New to DLLs
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 09:26:23 +0000 (UTC)
On Wed, 15 Sep 2004 17:40:21 +0200, "Bjørge Sæther"
>A good example of when an Interface is useful - just return an implementing
>object and forget it.
>The calling application would know the interface without being bothered with
>the implementing code.
>If reference counted, it dies when there is no references.
I've always avoided messing with COM in Delphi
(apart from a nightmare visit to the AX Factory for an insistent
I honestly reckon that it is better to work with explicit handles, as
one does with the VCL, rather than introduce COM into the foreground
- but maybe I am just biased ...
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... that there is an error in the design. ... my system that I would want to prevent them from calling this function. ... // execute if okay ... interface ICanBeProcessed ...
- IDispatch* , COM Server(LOCAL_SERVER), event data and C#.NET
... I have one main inbound interface called ... If IDispatch is the answer, I already did the following, ... I did code following C++ wrapper class for the _ICallInfo impl. ... // object before calling the base class. ...
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