Re: Default Implementation for IUnknown

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Tue, 8 May 2007 07:49:33 -0400
"Stefan Weber" <> wrote in message

Yes you can. Something like this:


What do you mean, no? Have you tried my code, and found it lacking? What
specifically seems to be the problem?

Note that Alexander suggests a completely different approach, one that
implements IDispatch directly, without help from IDispEventSimpleImpl.
Don't attempt to mix elements from his code with mine, they are not

CComObject<DOMEventHandler>* pDEH;
hr = CComObject<DOMEventHandler>::CreateInstance(&pDEH);

You don't need CComObject for a class based on IDispEvent[Simple]Impl.
Just create an instance of your class with new, as you normally do.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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