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I have a multi view sdi app with all the views connected.
if i open a document in one view it opens in all views.
but when I edit the text in one view the changes are not reflected in the other views.  what is the proper way to update the other views to show the changes in the document.
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Examine the UpdateData() function.
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Check the
UpdateAllViews() function of the Document class
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First U should call SetModifiedFlag() to true and then call update all views. try it out. If the modified flag is not set to true, CDocument will ignore the UpdateAllViews() call.
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