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What I am trying to do, is: I am creating a custom ActiveX, with 2 main classes, CEMDELAXCtrl (control class of ActiveX) and my own dialog class CDlgEmb. Now, this class (the latter) generates (fires) an event at some point, and I need to transfer this 'firing' to the ActiveX control class (CEMDELAXCtrl), because I have named 2 events in this class, which will eventually be available to the user. How do I do it?
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Does your dialog have access to your control class. If so, you could simply call FireEvent on your control class.

If not, is your control the parent of your dialog? If so, you can get a pointer to it by casting GetParent().
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yuxiliu earned 50 total points
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way 1.when you insert ACX to our project, wrapper class derived from CWnd, you just need to using:
DECLARE_MASSAGE_MAP() in class declaration
and
BEGINE_MESSAGE_MAP()
// put your message here
END_MESSAGE_MAP()
then call SendMessage or Posmessge to that control

way 2. put ON_MESSAGE(YOURMESSAGE, MESSAGEHANDLER) in when you write your activex Control
then send message to your control

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