How to use DLL Events in MFC!

My control was developed in VC++ 6 ATL and an in-process DLL.  It's properties and methods could be successfully invoked in the MFC host program.  How to invoke its events in MFC?  Could any expert help?  Thanks in advance.
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shilpa_JbCommented:
Hi,
There could be many ways to handle the events of the DLL's in MFC. One way is to If ur using Sink and source concept there is differnt way of handling.And if ur normally using the fire events. It would have been better if u would have mentioned what type of control ur creating.
But still for ur reference u can gothrough MSDN On handling events for control, he should be explaing there.
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skyrider_tieusAuthor Commented:
I'm using Connection Point Support to implement the event interface.  It was working in VB container since the control could be accessed thru components wizard.  However, the control could NOT be found in the MFC's components and controls in Add to Project menu.  In MFC, the control was instantiated with smart pointer and it's properties and methods could be invoked.  There must be a way to fire an event as well.
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skyrider_tieusAuthor Commented:
I'd been posting this question for several days, but it seems no expert is interested in answering it.  I'll close this question.  

However, I found an easy way to get by this problem.  I've been using simple object to generate the COM DLL, which could not be found in MFC's registered controls list.  If the Full Control object was inserted, the control was found in MFC's registered controls list.  The rest of work could be implemented by MFC's classwizard and turn out rather easy.  

Any further comment by experts is welcomed, particularly how to invoke the event of ATL's simple object in MFC.  If a satisfactory answer is posted, I'll credit the expert 500 points.  


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