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I am using a third party COM component.  It has two interfaces declared.  The first allows control of the component, which is working, and the second has three event methods.

The question is, how do you attach a procedure in the Delphi object to the COM event method?
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When you import the type library Delphi should create methods that correspond to these events. You then put the code to handle the events in those methods.

Cheers,

Raymond.
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If I do this, and at some point in the future I re-import the type library, won't I lose the code in these methods?
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You might do. But then thats what copy and paste was invented for! :-)

If the events are declared the same way as events in VCL control eg Property OnClick: TNotifyEvent...  you should be able to just assign an appropriate method from one of your own classes to that event

eg: below is an excerpt from a class created when I imported a type library...

    function Get_EventHandler: IExchangeEvents; safecall;
    procedure Set_EventHandler(const Value: IExchangeEvents); safecall;
    property EventHandler: IExchangeEvents read Get_EventHandler write Set_EventHandler;

  You should be able to assign a method to EventHandler...

Cheers,

Raymond.
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