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ActiveX in DLL

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Hi,
i need to implement a COM interface or an ActiveX Control (both have the
same features) in a DLL.
Implementing a COM interface seems more complicated than an ActiveX
control.
I already added the COM interface and the ActiveX control respectively
to the project and got the cpp file and/or the header,
but i have no idea what to do next.
How can i use the COM interface or the ActiveX control.
Do i need a window for the ActiveX control?
Jun 11 '06 #1
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Hi,

None of the mentioned things are part of c++.

You may find useful information at

microsoft.public.vc.*

or if you speak german:

microsoft.public.de.vc

Jun 11 '06 #2

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* Andreas Holzbach:

i need to implement a COM interface or an ActiveX Control (both have the
same features) in a DLL.
Implementing a COM interface seems more complicated than an ActiveX
control.
I already added the COM interface and the ActiveX control respectively
to the project and got the cpp file and/or the header,
but i have no idea what to do next.
How can i use the COM interface or the ActiveX control.
Do i need a window for the ActiveX control?


Your questions are completely off-topic in [comp.lang.c++].

Please check out the FAQ before posting (it's the "C++ FAQ Lite" by
Marshall Cline).

The FAQ has a list of more appropriate groups to post to.

There you'll get answers.

<OT>Before posting in a more appropriate group, consider: an ActiveX
control is a collection of COM interface. So when you find it harder to
implement a COM interface there's something fundamentally wrong in your
understanding of what you're doing. Therefore, it's possible that
you'll get better answers if you describe what you're trying to finally
achieve, rather than a particular technical way of achieving it.</OT>

--
A: Because it messes up the order in which people normally read text.
Q: Why is it such a bad thing?
A: Top-posting.
Q: What is the most annoying thing on usenet and in e-mail?
Jun 11 '06 #3

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