Re: Not receiving implemented events.

 ferg <>
Tue, 02 Oct 2007 10:42:31 -0000

In this case, I'd put breakpoints into
IConnectionPointContainer::FindConnectionPoint and
IConnectionPoint::Advise, and try to figure out why the client fails to
advise its sink.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

Thanks Igor. I've tried this - the results are puzzling. The program
flow falls into the following Advise function when the VB test app
starts up.
template <class T, const IID* piid, class CDV>
STDMETHODIMP IConnectionPointImpl<T, piid, CDV>::Advise(IUnknown*
    DWORD* pdwCookie)
    T* pT = static_cast<T*>(this);
    IUnknown* p;
    HRESULT hRes = S_OK;
    if (pdwCookie != NULL)
        *pdwCookie = 0;
    if (pUnkSink == NULL || pdwCookie == NULL)
        return E_POINTER;
    IID iid;
    hRes = pUnkSink->QueryInterface(iid, (void**)&p);
    if (SUCCEEDED(hRes))
        *pdwCookie = m_vec.Add(p);
        hRes = (*pdwCookie != NULL) ? S_OK : CONNECT_E_ADVISELIMIT;
        if (hRes != S_OK)
    else if (hRes == E_NOINTERFACE)
    if (FAILED(hRes))
        *pdwCookie = 0;
    return hRes;

I can see that the QueryInterface is successful and the m_vec.Add(p)
call successfully adds the interface to the vector map. Nothing else
seems to happen until I make the test call into the server, which
calls the event Fire_ method. At this point the m_vec map is empty and
contains no interface pointers! Do you know of any way this vector
could be cleared down? Is there somewhere else I can break in to get a
clearer view of where it might be happening. Your help so far has been

BTW Alexander:
I assume you are referring to the following, which does seem to be
correctly in the connection map.


As a matter of interest, by source dispinterface, I assume you are
referring to the Event interface I have implemented (not any interface
local/specific to the server.)


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