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MFC OLE automation and events

Posted on 1998-01-15
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I can set up methods and properties. How do you fire events from an in-proc(*.dll) automation server.
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OLE automation servers do not have events. They are part of an .OCX. So you can create an OCX that is basically an in-proc OLE automation server and then it will have events.
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