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Intellisense and COM

I have the following coded elements:
1. An interface
2. A baseclass implementing the interface
3. A subclass that inherits the baseclass and contains some extra properties and methods

I use my subclass through COM, in this case in Access2003.

Now, if I declare a variable x As mySubClass, then on typing "x." Intellisense shows me nothing.
If I declare a variable x As myBaseClass, then on typing "x." Intellisense still shows me nothing.
If I declare a variable x As myInterface, then instantiate x = new myBaseClass, then on typing "x." Intellisense shows me the properties and methods in the interface. The same thing happens if I instantiate x = new mySubClass. However, in that case I still cannot see the properties and methods that are specific to the derived class.

What I want to have happen is the following: On instantiating x As mySubClass, I want Intellisense to show me ALL the public properties and methods that mySubClass has available, the inherited ones and the new ones.

How can I get this done?

Any help will be very much appreciated!

Vera
Nov 20 '05 #1
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Cor
Hi Vera,

Have a look at this, there is a lot about your question.

http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=e...languages.vb.*

Cor
Nov 20 '05 #2

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