Re: Implementing 3-Tabs to Existing Dialog Project
"JCO" <email@example.com> wrote in message
I have an application (MFC dialog type) that needs to be modified. The
current app provides the customer a type of "Test" to be performed. As
part of an Add-On, I want to add a 3-tab control (CPropertySheet &
CPropertyPage) where the existing "Test 1" is done on tab 1. Then I will
add a "Test 2" & "Test 3" on Tab 2 and Tab 3. The user can choose which
"Test" to do based on selecting the proper Tab.
I created the CMyPropertySheet along with the 3-Tabs (CTab1, CTab2,
The problem is this. Right now the 3-tab dialog comes up independent by
itself. After I close it, the application comes up. This is not what I
want. I want the 3-tabs to be part of the main application. What did I
do wrong. I initialize the 3-tab dialog in ::InitDialog() of the main
application. Is that wrong?
Do you want to replace the existing dialog with the new property sheet? If
so, the place to do that is in the app InitInstance. It creates the old
dialog there and calls its DoModal. Replace the dialog with your
Scott McPhillips [VC++ MVP]
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