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MCI Notify Message

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I want to respond to an MCI message in my application ( its a MFC SDI app)... The mci command sends a MM_MCINOTIFY message which i want to catch, but it appears I need to create my own handler - I have tried to set up a handler in the message pump but it never seems to get called...

I basically set up my handler like a WM_USER message - in the  MESSAGE_MAP  I put
ON_MESSAGE(MM_MCINOTIFY, OnMCIMessage)

and in the header i placed
afx_msg LRESULT OnMCIMessage( WPARAM Flag, LPARAM ID)

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Did you check to make sure you have MCI_NOTIFY in your MCI command?
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I have it working.... Thanx for your help...
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