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I need to make a DDE With Microsoft Project 98,
 I Know that in delphi's menu in project and import the MSPRJ8.OLB

  Well The question is if i insert and OLEContainer in the form with a new MSProject and When i add a new Button i can say
 
   ProObject := CreateOleObject('MSPROJECT.APPLICATION');

  the ProObject is OLEVARIANT

 how can i assing the

OleContainer1.OleObject.('...........')
 
  ('Here goes some string')

  i tried

   Application.Project
   MsProject.Application
   MsProject.Application.

Well

  if i do The ProObject Methods there is and error between the Ole And The ProObject
  if There is any one that can add Task,Start,Finish, Predesesors, and resources, % Made, to Project

I NEED THE CODE NOT OCX OR OTHER LINKS TO WEB PAGES, OR SOME YOU HAVE TO DO BLA BLA THE CODE. 1000

I NEED TO CONTROL MSPROJECT WITH DELPHI OK NOT WITH OTHER LANGUAJE OR SOME STUPID COMMENTS, CODE CODE OK ...


   Hey Okey i had 2 accounts in the old Expets-exchange systems what ever
   
  hack -> i do not belive so


   SO HOW WHATS THE POINTS need CODE i will give those points






  ProObject is an OleVariant Declared in the public class of the form

  when a user press a button i have to assing the ProObject := OleContainer1.Olevariant.....


    There is in example that come in Delphi that is called ......Delphi\Demo\ActiveX\OleAuto\Word8\word8auto.dpr

     i have to do something like this but using project and assining new Task, new Resorces , xxxxxx


   regards


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by:Epsylon
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I think you have to use this:

OleContainer1.CreateObject('MSPROJECT.APPLICATION', false);
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by:rwilson032697
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Hmmm... VictorZ == CappucioVictor???

Cheers,

Raymond.
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by:Epsylon
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Yup, has to be...
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by:Epsylon
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You can also do something like this using the type library:

uses
  XXX_TLB;
 
var
  Doc : IDocument;
begin
  Doc := CoDocument.Create;
  Doc.SomeMethod(Param1, Param2, ...);
  .......
 
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This account has been closed temporarily.

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by:snoop_doggy_dogg
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Looks like this dude hacked his way into more points!

Woof!
http://www.woofwoofwoof.com
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by:darinw
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No real hack involved. He appears to have broken the agreement he made with us for having one account only.

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Edited text of question.
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Edited text of question.
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by:Epsylon
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I know this is for MSproject 95 but maybe this could be of help:

http://www.djpate.freeserve.co.uk/MSProject95.zip
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I don't think you can assign an object that was created with CreateOleObject to an OleContainer.

The only thing I can think of is:

OleContainer1.CreateObject('MSProject.Project', false);
OleContainer1.DoVerb(ovShow);


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VictorZ?
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