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ADO 2.5 Connections in Visual C++ 6

I've instaled ADO 2.5 in a Win 98  machine.

All works ok form VB and VBA, but i can't get it to work in Visual C++.

I'm using a _ConnectionPtr variable but create instance allways fails.

the follwing code allways fails

_ConnectionPtr mConn;

hr = mConn.CreateInstance ("ADODB.Connection");
 if(FAILED(hr))
 {
   mConn = NULL;
   return FALSE;
 }

also i've tried to replace "ADODB.Connection" (wich should be ok, cos i can create the object using a simple CreateObject in VB) by
__uuidof(_Connection)
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PedroG
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WynCommented:
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WynCommented:
Check above and I think it will clear all problems and you will gain more details...

Regards
W.Yinan
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PedroGAuthor Commented:
Guys i do not need to be tought how to work with ADO. I only can't creat a ConnectionPtr object!!!

AND BELEIVE ME THAT I'VE TRIED ALL THE WAYS THAT ARE IN THE MSDN
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Tommy HuiEngineerCommented:
What is the value of hr? You probably forgot to call CoInitializeEx().
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PedroGAuthor Commented:
Yes that is write, i've founded that out yesterday
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