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passing mscomm to dll

Posted on 2004-10-05
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I have a dll with a form with mscomm ocx and a main class but the ocx doens't raise an port event when character incomming to the port (I follow other instruccion of

code of class
Dim f1 As New FrmPpal 'form
Private WithEvents mycomm As mscommlib.MSComm

Public Sub inicializa() ' i call this of other programm
   
  Set mycomm = f1.MSComm1
  mycomm.CommPort = 4
  mycomm.Settings = "9600,N,8,1"
  mycomm.RTSEnable = False
  mycomm.PortOpen = True
  mycomm.Output = "STATUS"
 
End Sub

Sub mycomm_onevent() ' when character incomming never raise
 
 Select Case mycomm.CommEvent
 
   ' ok
 
 End Select

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I believe the sub is OnComm, not OnEvent...

Private Sub mycomm_OnComm()
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