Persistence CArray in ActiveX

How can i save a CArray with user defined structure in the persistence of an ActiveX?
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Roshan DavisCommented:
typedef struct tagSTRUCTAx
{
      // members;
}
STRUCTAx;


#include "AfxTempl.h"


CArray<STRUCTAx, STRUCTAx> m_arAx;


You can use CArchieve for saving this into a file also

Rosh :)
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DAEAuthor Commented:
I mean in:

PX_Blob( )
PX_Bool( )
PX_IUnknown( )
PX_Long( )

etc, etc, etc.
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Roshan DavisCommented:
use void pointers (void *) in the structire as members.... Get the memory from Blob etc by calling GlobalAlloc.
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DAEAuthor Commented:
Give me an example, please.

Thaks Rosh.
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Roshan DavisCommented:
typedef struct tagSTRUCTAx
{
     HANDLE hBlob;
     bool bBool;
}
STRUCTAx;

#include "AfxTempl.h"


in the class header ActiveXCtl.h

CArray<STRUCTAx, STRUCTAx> m_arAx;


void CActiveXCtrl::DoPropExchange(CPropExchange* pPX)
{
      ...

      STRUCTAx sSTRUCTAx;

      PX_Blob(pPX, _T("YourProperty"), sSTRUCTAx.hBlob);

      m_arAx.Add(sSTRUCTAx);
      
      ...
}

Rosh :)
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DAEAuthor Commented:
Thaks Rosh, you are like the superman of the code.

Diego.
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Roshan DavisCommented:
Thankx :o)
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