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I am working on an application that uses an out-of-process COM server. Even though our code is perfect Smile | :) , there are some instances where the server EXE may crash or be terminated, causing access violations when the client tries to call a method on one of its proxy objects. Is there a good way to determine if the references to these objects are still valid before trying to use them?

Try...catch blocks work OK, but I feel like there might be a better way to do this. Thanks in advance!
Posted 22-Nov-11 14:19pm
Eugen Podsypalnikov 23-Nov-11 6:25am
Hm... A static instance in the server code could call the all connected clients by its destructor... :)
Merlin5p0 12-Dec-11 15:09pm
Thanks, Eugen. I am testing out a few scenarios with this method and it seems to be working so far!

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