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Using an ActiveX Control in a windowless DLL

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I try to invoke funcitons of AcitveX control in a DLL. However, I found out that the control cannot be initialized normally (m_pCtrlSite=NULL). Therefore, I got "Assertion Failure" (winocc.cpp line 345) on calling the ActiveX function. Also, I don't have any dialog to show. Can I do it if I do not any dialog? What is normal procedure to initialize the control?

Since I am new in VC++, I will be happy if you can tell a bit more on the detail.
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Hi!
You have to provide IOleControlSite for working with ActiveX.
for you IMHO you need to create hidden nonmodal dialog box containing ActiveX.
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migel is right, and if the fnctions which you want to use also in another interface, I think you can use it with #import directive.
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