Re: ATL console applcation using ActiveX control

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Mon, 21 Aug 2006 05:12:02 -0700
These links are tutorials on how to create COM objects using ATL, not what I
am looking for.

Looking for something like this: (not working)

#include <windows.h>
#include <atlcomcli.h>

#import "myControl.ocx" no_namespace

int main(int argc, char **argv)
   CComPtr<_DMyControl> com_ptr;
   HRESULT hr;

   hr = CoInitialize(0);

   if (SUCCEEDED(hr))
      hr = com_ptr.CoCreateInstance(L"MyControl.MyControlCtrl.1");

      if (SUCCEEDED(hr))
         printf("Get age: %dn", com_ptr->getAge());
         printf("ActiveX Error.\n");
      printf("COM Error.\n");

So what is wrong in this code?


"Brian Muth" wrote:

"Illuminator" <> wrote in message


I was wondering if anyone could help me by writing a very simple atl
application where I can invoke some methods from an activex control.

For instance my control has a method like this (simplified):

int getNumber() {return 12;}

I just want to be able to invoke this method from an ATL console

I am very grateful for any help!

That's what tutorials are for.


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