Re: How to get Interface reference counting in ATL
There's no way to determine the reference count on an interface
pointer. Documented or undocumented - it just doesn't exist.
I suggest you stop using raw pointers - then you can detect
reference leaks using the smart pointers' own tracking capabilities.
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"Jaime Stuardo" <JaimeStuardo@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
For debug purposes I need to know if all interfaces I instantiate during
execution of my program are freed because I realized that some processes
are run when I instantiate interfaces continue running after all
are released, so I have to identify what interface isn't being freed (I'm
always using smart pointers).
Is there an API to get current reference counting for an interface?
By the way, I instantiating interfaces this way:
OO4O::OraDynaset * piDynaset = NULL;
GetCreateDynaset method returns an IDispatchPtr.
I'm releasing that interface this way:
piDynaset = NULL;
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