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unable to list down class member variables & member functions using visual studio IDE

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HI ,
Iam trying to develop a mail client for Novell Groupwise 6.0 .
Iam using microsoft visual studio IDE for development.using  my sample
program Iam trying to Initialze the GWSession .Iam able to build the
project ,but I cannot list down the member variables of Groupwise objects
using scope resolution operator .

For Example in the below mentioned CreateSession() method after declaring
DIGWAccount like
DIGWAccount* pDIGWAccount;
Now If I try to listdown member functions and variables available with  
DIGWAccount like pDIGWAccount-> ,Iam unable to get the member functtions
available with pointer variable.
I have included all necessary .h files.
In visual studio project settings do I need to do any extra settings to
access Novel Groupwise objects member variables& functions ??
Please help me out ..thanks in advance..

BOOL CreateSession()
{
DIGWAccount* pDIGWAccount;
VARIANT vUserId, vCmdLine, vPassword, vWhenToPrompt, vReserved;

//etc
pDIGWAccount->Release();
}

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Could it be that the option is turned off in the IDE.
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no objections, it defenitely appears to be abandoned.
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