Any solution for the following problem

I want to add two views in the certain document in MDI application.
in the *App.cpp, I add the following codes to share the same doc.
      // create main MDI Frame window
      CMainFrame* pMainFrame = new CMainFrame;
      if (!pMainFrame->LoadFrame(IDR_MeritTYPE))
            return FALSE;

      m_pMainWnd = pMainFrame;

      m_pElectricityMatchDocTemplate = new CMultiDocTemplate(IDR_MERITMATCH,
            RUNTIME_CLASS(CMatchFrame), // custom MDI child frame


      m_pThermalMatchDocTemplate = new CMultiDocTemplate(IDR_MERITMATCH,
            RUNTIME_CLASS(CMatchFrame), // custom MDI child frame

when the program run until the following code:
      CDocument* pDoc = NULL;// m_pMatchDocTemplate->OpenDocumentFile(NULL,0);
      m_pElectricityMatchView = CElectricityMatchView::GetView();   //the pointer to the view is empty, why????

      ASSERT(m_pElectricityMatchView != NULL);
The function of GetView() in details:
            CElectricityMatchView* CElectricityMatchView::GetView()

              CMDIChildWnd * pChild =
               if ( !pChild )
              AfxMessageBox("pChild Error!");
                   return NULL;

               CView * pView = pChild->GetActiveView();

               if ( !pView )
              AfxMessageBox("pView Error!");
                  return NULL;

             // Fail if view is of wrong kind
             if ( ! pView->IsKindOf( RUNTIME_CLASS(CElectricityMatchView) ) )
              AfxMessageBox("pView->IsKindOf Error!");
                  return NULL;
              return (CElectricityMatchView*) pView;
I can't get the view of child window. why?
is anything wrong with the above code? any solution?
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junhongukAuthor Commented:
I have already sovled the problem. There is something wrong with my code.

modified the specific code as follows:

    CDocument* pDoc = m_pMatchDocTemplate->OpenDocumentFile(NULL);
     m_pElectricityMatchView = CElectricityMatchView::GetView();  

It will get the pointer of the view.


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