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Implementing IEnumXXX in an MFC Automation DLL

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I need an example of a MFC Automation Server that Implements a Simple Collection of Some predefined object. Please send the answer to MTO@SOFTTOOLS.DK
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Look into the "Corporate Benefits System" sample that comes with Visual Studio '97.  There's source code in there that will greatly help you.  Specifically, look into the section "Implementing Collections"...

...they do it up using a CList - you could derive your own CList and use it in a CCmdTarget for automation.

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