I have an application that requires a single document interface but I desire that the main frame window have multiple child windows. Is it possible to use an single document template with a MDIFrameWnd?
It appears when I try to implement this using the app wizard to generate an SDI and then deriving the MainFrame from CMDIFrameWnd instead of CFrameWnd I don't get a default view associated with the template. Without a default view, my document doesn't get a change to handle any commands.
What is the best way to implement an SDI app with multiple child windows in its main frame?
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