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I have a class Parent which inherit from CFrameWnd-class.
In this class I call the CFrameWnd::Create function to obtain for my class a valid handle.
Now I want to inherit another class, Parent1, from the Parent-class.
If I call in the Parent1-class the Create function, I have an error during the execution phase, but if I don't call this function, the Message map in the Parent1-class generates the error: Access Violation during the execution phase.
How can I resolve this problem?
Is it possible to have for the Parent1-class a valid handle different from the Parent-calss's handle?
It's important for me to have a valid handle because I have to handle my personal messages.
Thanks for the answers.
Bye.
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Question by:casola
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by:chensu
ID: 1162111
Would you show me some parts of your source code?
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by:casola
ID: 1162112
Could you give me some answer?
I'll try to write down part of my source code.
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shurik earned 60 total points
ID: 1162113
I suppose you've got a mistake in message map declaration for your Parent1 class. This is the working example. I've made single document application using Application Wizard, then

class CInheritFrame : public CMainFrame
{
protected: // create from serialization only
      DECLARE_DYNCREATE(CInheritFrame)

// Attributes
public:
      CInheritFrame() {;}
      BOOL Create() { return CFrameWnd::Create(NULL, "CInheritFrame"); }

// Operations
public:

// Overrides
      // ClassWizard generated virtual function overrides
      //{{AFX_VIRTUAL(CInheritFrame)
      //}}AFX_VIRTUAL

// Implementation
public:
      virtual ~CInheritFrame() {;}

protected:  // control bar embedded members
      CStatusBar  m_wndStatusBar;
      CToolBar    m_wndToolBar;

// Generated message map functions
protected:
      //{{AFX_MSG(CInheritFrame)
      //}}AFX_MSG
      DECLARE_MESSAGE_MAP()
};

then somewhere, for example CDoc::OnNewDocument

      CInheritFrame * pFrame = new CInheritFrame;
      BOOL b = pFrame->Create();
      pFrame->ShowWindow(SW_SHOW);

You will see second frame window


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