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Assertation on UpdateData in DLL???

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I have a regular MFC DLL which brings up a modeless
dialog. Everthing runs great until I load the member
variables and do a UpdataData(FALSE). I get an ASSERT
in wincore.cpp, line 856. It mention somehting about
multithreaded DLL sharing CWnd objects. I am not
exlicitly passing any object to different threads as
far as I know. Any ideas?
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You need to call
AFX_MANAGE_STATE(AfxGetStaticModuleState( ));

For more information on module states and MFC, see the article Managing the State Data of MFC Modules in Programming with MFC and Technical Note 58, "MFC Module State Implementation," in MFC Technical Notes.

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