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I have a C++ server implements connection points.
How do I get the events in a c++ client ?
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Question by:yonit
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omaizlish earned 50 total points
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Shalom , Yonit !

look here :http://www.codeguru.com/atl/ATLIPC.shtml
it even has demo with a source

if not helpful - let me know ...

Oleg
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by:jimbucci
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You need to sink the connection points.  What is your C++ client written in?  I have code for ATL; code for MFC client without ATL will take a little research.

And yes, the above link will provide an answer.
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Dear yonit

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