thanks for your reply.
the idea of searching for the components using classid is appreaciable.
but i was looking if somewhere the classnames(activex control names) are specified in the project.
because even in my old machine they maynot be registered.
kindly look into this.
First create the dialog box.On the dialog box create the edit box and create the group box,on the group box keep the unlimited radio buttons and create the buttons inforent of each radio button.
create 3 buttons on the dialog box of which
First user should use assign button and after than cursor should move on edit box.Whatever you write on edit box each should go to respective radio buttons.If it is allready assign numbers are there,they should reflect on the radio buttons.
When the users work is complete the cursor should come on ok button.Agian it goes to cancel button.
Doing your homework I see. Do you have a specific question or do you want to pay me to do your homework for you? My going rate is $100 an hour, and your homework is a tough one. I reckon I could do it in about 10 hours.
BTW. What does your post have to do with your title?
Hi to all,
I'm having trouble with CListCtrl. When I click on list it works only if I click on a small region on far left side.
One member of this forum advised me to use LVN_ITEMACTIVATE message. Problem is that I cant find it, I'm using VC++ 6.0!?
Thanks for replay's.
If one looks in the eventviewer of Windows, there is a field called Event, which contains a number that idetifies the event. When I make use oif the struct EVENTLOGRECORD and one of it's members DWORD EventID; I receive a value of pevlr->EventID 536870913UL (0x20000001) , but in the event viewer the value is one. All other information is correct except this, am I doing something wrong, or you can I get hold / convert the EventID Variable.
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I have written an ATL COM server in a DLL with merged proxy/stub using Visual Studio 2005. It can sometimes be used locally and other times remotely. Deploying locally is straightforward and I've now got a client using it that way. However I've been wading through all sorts of internet articles, discussions etc. about how to deploy, debug, and use the component remotely, but to no avail.
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