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Create OLE control in thread.

Posted on 1998-09-12
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I am create application with OLE control and function
CreateControl work in the different threads. According help one calling
 of the function OleInitialize is enough for
all application. But in this case CreateControl is not
success. Only if I call OleInitialize in the each thread
functionCreateControl is successful ended.
Where is a mistake. Why I need to call OleInitialize for
every thread where I call CreateControl.
My platform is Windows 95(or NT)
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Question by:atkach
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by:atkach
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Hmm...
I think you got a hold of some bad documentation, atkach.  You WILL need to initialize OLE or COM for each thread of execution within your process.  Just as importantly, don't for get to uninitialize either of these libraries for each thread.
-Ray
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