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Can I use CoMarshalInterThreadInterfaceInStream in eMbedded C++

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can any one tell me if I can use CoMarshalInterThreadInterfaceInStream in eMbedded Visual C++ when creating ATL object/dll for Pocket PC platform. If I can't use CoMarshalInterThreadInterfaceInStream then what can I use instead? My objective is to fire events from separate thread. I'm not allowed to use MFC.

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Sergey
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Yes, you can. The API function is supported in Windows CE 3.0 or later.
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What do I need to link to or include? When I build the project I get unresolved external symbol error.
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Link to ole32.lib.
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I do link to it and it does the same thing
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It works for me. What version of eMbedded Visual C++ are you using? If you generate an application from scratch, does it work?
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I'm using version 3.0, if I create application from scratch using ATL COM Wizard it does not compile neither. I'm downloading version 4.0 right now.
What I found out that ole232.lib is supplied with Platform Builder 3.0 or higher, do you have that file?
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I am using version 4.0. I don't have ole232.lib.
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