Re: COM object and singleton problem

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Tue, 24 Nov 2009 13:19:14 -0500
d <> wrote:

i am working on the COM out of proc server. previously i had designed
my COM server with singleton object but based on the very good


in MSDN forum i changed it to used same global class. now i would
like to know how could i send events from global class to the COM
objects with connection point.

Have those COM objects register themselves with the singleton class. The =
singleton would call some method (not necessarily a COM method, could =
use a regular C++ method) on COM objects, which in turn would fire an =
event on their attached event sinks.

void CGlobalclass::Init()
return E_PENDING;
CGlobalclass::ThreadFun(LPPARAM )
//Long processing
//Now how to call CTestObj's connection points function.

For suggestions on firing events from a worker thread, see =
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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