Re: ATL Compiler Error When Adding Events
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I'm really new to the ATL and I running into an issue when trying to
add event capabilities to a ATL component library.
The error that I got is: error C2039: "OnTrigger": is not a member of
Show the code that calls OnTrigger. Was it generated by the wizard? For
a dispinterface, the wizard should have generated a call to
However the Generated file CTIXControl1.h that contains the generated
definition of the interface does not show this method
ICTIXEvents: public IDispatch
This is normal for a dispinterface. Dispinterface methods are not real
methods, they are simply contracts on what DISPIDs are valid for
IDispatch::Invoke call and what parameters should accompany each DISPID.
With best wishes,
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