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I have an interface which defines accessor functions [propget and propput]. It is named as DataItem. It is implemented as get_DataItem and put_DataItem in the interface implementing class.

To access these accessor functions, what is the name I should be using ?

Posted 2-Nov-10 11:49am

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It depends on how you are calling the COM server. If you use the VC++ #import directive, you can directly use the smart pointer classes it generates for you. Example, if you have a property of type LONG called Bar, you'll see something like this:

long Bar;

This will let you directly access it as :

object->Bar = 23;
printf("%d\r\n", object->Bar);

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