I am tryng to control a Word 8.0 session throughout a C++ program
via OLE mechanism.
I want my C program, after the activation of Word, be waiting for the
closure of Word session, and then take again control.
Now my program doesn't work this way because, after the OLE activation
I have no more information about the process,(I look for something like WaiforSingleProcess ...)
It seems to me that no parameters in the ole call is good for my goal.
Neverless ... this sound to me a usual problem in Ole Automation ...
The hearth of my code is:
// Create an instance of the automation object and ask for the IDispatch interface
hr = CoCreateInstance(clsid, NULL, CLSCTX_SERVER,
IID_IUnknown, (void FAR* FAR*)&punk);
hr = punk->QueryInterface(IID_IDispatch, (void FAR* FAR*)&pdisp);
*ppdisp = pdisp;
I do obtain pointer to the memory exchange area,
but can't have information about the process underlying (the Word process).
So, ... after this call, my process goes on, and I haven't information
about the closure of the process...
I look forward for an answer from an experienced C programmer.