Posted on 2009-02-10
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My application creates a COM class (object) and queries for IPersistStreamInit
and call it load method.

Client has to give the COM object. I can have a real simple example COM object
implementing IPersistStreamInit. But I do not know how to implement IPersistStreamInit
in a VB framework. Is this possible, or what is the common way of implementing
persistance in VB so I can change my App to make such calls instead?
Question by:has
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For IPersistStream and IStream interfaces in Vb6 try OleLin.Tlb at this link.

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danaseaman earned 500 total points
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Another god link for IPersistStream

VBStrm Type Library (STRM.TLB)



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