Re: how to get Cdocument from CMAinAPp

"RajanM" <>
20 Feb 2007 08:30:04 -0800
On Feb 20, 7:46 pm, "Ajay Kalra" <> wrote:

Does CDocTemplate(CSingleDocTemplate/CMultiDocTemplate) could have
multiple Docs in it?

For MDI app, you can have multiple documents for a given doctemplate.
SDI is designed to have a single document.

If it is type of different Docs then how could i declare it in

What does this mean? Why is this an issue? Why do you want to declare
these in InitInstance?


What does this mean? Why is this an issue? Why do you want to declare
 these in InitInstance?

My Question is: can i declare more than one View for a Doc in
CMultiDocTemplate ctor itself?

  CMultiDocTemplate* pDocTemplate = new CMultiDocTemplate(
        RUNTIME_CLASS(CChildFrame), // custom MDI child frame

or i need to do another
         new CMultiDocTemplate(IDR, , CMyView, ) and need to register
it with App?

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