This makes sense, but isn't there also a dll involved, and if so, how do I guarantee that the appropriate version is being referenced since there could obviously be any number of versions on target machines?
There is no need of any dll with atl since 7.1: set the Use of ATL property to Static Link to ATL on the General property page and set the Runtime Library property to Multi-threaded (/MT) on the Code Generation property page (C/C++ folder).
Thanks for the help. We're chasing a DEP/NX related bug with an IE8 add on, and while we don't have proof, our sources at MS indicate that ATL is a known issue in this regard, thus we're investigating that possibility.
The simple truth of the matter is I don't know for sure which version of ATL is being referenced. I am assuming that part of the show involves an atl.dll, and I'm not finding one with a product version of 8.0, but I'm admittedly swinging in the dark here.
I am very new to ATL and am working on ATL dll project and am finding it very difficult to debug the application, so if any 1 of u can help me out here by telling me how to debug these application.
Thanks for the support, as i posted in ma query am very new infact this is ma 3rd day in visual c++ , so i dont know much about any of this stuff....
Can u plz tell me in little more detail how to set executable path so than i can put break point and start debugging it. Right know am just executing the project and registering the DLL...
I have a standard map of type map populated in one process and retrieving the values in another process using shared memory concept. The memory is being shared from the server and the client is retrieving the number of pair, but not the values. I am using the following code on the client side for retrieving