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What is Automation ?

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I need all information of "Automation" or "Automation Object"

what is that ?

why is it useful ?

How can I use that by C# or .Net Framework ?

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Nov 15 '05 #1
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Hi,

"Automation" is a way to control an application programmatically. If you
have ever used macros in Word or Excel, you have actually used its
automation model to perform certain actions. An automation object is an
object in an application's automation model, very often the "root" object
representing the application itself.

Automation objects, as a rule, are implemented as COM servers and therefore
can be consumed from .NET applications through COM Interop facilities.

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hi~ :)

I need all information of "Automation" or "Automation Object"

what is that ?

why is it useful ?

How can I use that by C# or .Net Framework ?

plz help me :)


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