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Firing ActiveX control Error event in ATL

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    ActiveX control can support a standard Error event. I'm writing an ActiveX control using ATL and want to fire this event to the container. In MFC I would use COleControl::FireError(). Is there something similar in ATL? Of course, I can retrieve IDispatch pointer that the container have passed to my control via IConnectionPoint::Advise and then call Invoke on this pointer, but this seems a lot of trouble with setting up parameters.
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Hi!
of course you can rise Error from the ATL code.
1. Your Object must implement ISupportErrorInfo interface (there is checkBox in the wisard).
2. Return error code by ATL method Error()
for example:
return Error(IDS_..., IID_..., MAKE_HRESULT(SEVERITY_ERROR, FACILITY_ITF,1026));

where IDS_ - id of the resource string that describe your error;
1026 - your error code.
IID_... your interface GUID that method rises error.
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