I want to debug COM dll solution through another ASP.Net solution (IIS).
Solution A - COM dll which outputs 4 com dll's.
Solution B - ASP.Net which access, solution A COM dll's. This solution was hosted in IIS
Solution B I able to debug through Visualstudio->Debug->attachtoprocess->w3wp.exe
But when solution B calls COM dll which is from solution A , I cannot debug Solution A(COM Dll).
Please suggest solution for debugging.
(Usually I debug the dll solution through
VS->Project->properties->Debugging->command->setting target exe path. But here it is asp.net solution, so I don't know what to give in Target exe path)
I have the following code.
Why does not my x is displayed.
I do not understand, X is returned by the getX() function wich is called from the derived class SecondClass() through an object of type FirstClass().
Initialization of X was done using constructor function FirstClass(int x).
I did not want to use the initialization function like setX ().
You have two instances of FirstClass here - one inside the instance of SecondClass and one is standalone. You used the default constructor for the standalone instance, which does not initialize x. You then printed this uninitialized value.
Please note that a class declaration is not the definition of a class instance!
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i am trying to handle problem with directX 9 and code:blocks.
i searched the internet and after installing the sdk properly and used a tutorial to compile the directx code in an static control window of my winapi program. The IDE doesn't give an error, but instead of compiling a grey window the code only does a black window over the other dialog elements, who won't be compiled properly on screen. The programm doesn't shutdown and the window bar still is in function.
Now put a breakpoint on the line and check the result is D3D_OK.
It tells you in the directx9 help for the function
IDirect3DDevice9::Clear will fail if you:
Try to clear either the depth buffer or the stencil buffer of a render target that does not have an attached depth buffer.
Try to clear the stencil buffer when the depth buffer does not contain stencil data.
I added these lines. There is still no effect. Please take a look at the code i postet with a thread i made in questions.
I think it has something to do with the way i manage the edit control where directx is supposed to render. It would be really nice if you take a look in my other thread.
If I understand correctly the code at line 1 and 2 in CMFCToolBar::InsertButton, it will loose all information about my own derived class MyToolbarMenuButton by getting the Runtime class and casting that to the base class ?
The issue is that I want to override some virtual method in CMFCToolBarButton but when I add my own class, it is not actually "instantiated".
Hello there. I am trying to call a C function in my newly created Dll project's code. But doing so produces Unresolved External Symbol error. Here is the what I am trying
int call_main(int argc, char** argv);
int call_main(int argc, char** argv)
// all the code here .....
Now I include this Header.h in my Dll's main file and try to call call_main. Building the project produces the said error.
static __declspec(dllexport) int Call_MyMain(char **argv);
int Functions::Call_MyMain(char **argv)
return call_main(8, argv); // HERE I AM CALLING FROM ABOVE HEADER FILE
What could be wrong? What am I missing? Thanks for any input.
If you actually compiled one as C and the other as C++ (or the other way around), you'll also have to deal with name mangling... Standard C++[^]
If they're both C++, it's actually still possible to screw up the mangling, I believe Studio allows you to set the mangling mode to each file independently (haven't used Studio in a while though). Decorated Names[^]