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Response event through DCOM

How can I capture and response a event raised by an ActiveX EXE through DCOM?
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williams2Commented:
I know some things about remote procedure calls, but I've got no idea, if events can be responded.

Regards,
Williams
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rwilson032697Commented:
Can you give us some more information about the context of your problem.
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rwilson032697Commented:
For COM to do this you need to use event sinks - which are hideously complicated to set up. I suspect the same applies if you are to use DCOM. There is a utility available that takes a type library containing the description of a interface for events and sets up a component to wrap them. I'll have a dig tomorrow and post a URL for it...

Cheers,

Raymond.
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john_mCommented:
I believe the URL you are looking for is:

http://www.castle.net/~bly



Cheers,

John Malia.
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john_mCommented:
I believe the URL you are looking for is:

http://www.castle.net/~bly



Cheers,

John Malia.
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rwilson032697Commented:
I found it, John was on the right track - it is:

http://www.castle.net/~bly/Programming/Delphi/index.html

Cheers,

Raymond.
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rwilson032697Commented:
More precisely, the one you want is:

http://www.castle.net/~bly/Programming/Delphi/Utils/EventSinkImp.zip

Raymond.
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qujbAuthor Commented:
Yeah,I got it! thank you
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