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Using existing COM interface to expose .NET class

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I have a collection of COM objects that support a constant interface, the interface is build of a collection of properties, methods and events ( events are implemented as IDispatch connection point ), I am trying to create a .NET assembly that will expose the same interface exposed by the other ( binary ) COM components.

The problem:
I have no problem exposing properties and methods BUT I didn't figured out how to support the Sink interface events, I have tried using the *_SinkHelper class and the *_Events (generated upon referencing the tlb) class but got no success...
How should I use .NET to support an existing COM sink interface?
How should I use the proxy generated by the .NET framework?

Any samples/Pointers will be appreciated.

Nov 15 '05 #1
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