Re: How to expose IDispatch on an internal class
The client component is Windows Script Host, but I was able to reproduce
the same problem by using GetIDispatchForObject that I believe is
calling the same internal marshaling function as the automatic marshaler.
My problem is that I get InvalidCastException for
When I change "internal class MyClass : IMyInterface" to "public class
MyClass : IMyInterface" the exception is gone and everything works as
My problem is that I would like to expose the IDispatch object to COM
componenets (Windows Script Host) but I don't want to expose those
objects to managed applications.
internal class MyClass : IMyInterface
public void MyMethod ()
internal interface IMyInterface
void MyMethod ();
internal class Program
private static void Main (string  args)
MyClass mc = new MyClass ();
Console.WriteLine (Marshal.GetIDispatchForObject (mc));
Jie Wang [MSFT] wrote:
What is the client of the component? VB6? Native VC++? Or something else?
Please let me know more about the detailed configuration so I can try repro
the scenario and find out more.
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