Re: GUID passing to managed C++
"Andrey" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
I have implemented interface that is a connection point to my object.
One of this interface methods passes GUID as a parameter. So when
managed C++ application connects to this connection point I from my
ATL project can call this method. A problem is that managed C++
does not work correctly with GUID that is is passed via IDispatch::Invoke
method to it. The default connection point implementation passes pointer
to GUID vairable, and this does not work. I have changed default
to send BSTR with GUID, but this does not work too. Object browser
shows that method passes "ByRef System.Guid".
The question is how to convert GUID (or reference to GUID) into the
to pass it with IDispatch::Invoke method correctly.
I'm afraid, the Guid data, must be packed as a VARIANT with the VT_RECORD
And you must set the variant->pRecInfo member, the code is not simple. (at
least 20 lines of code).
If you can avoid this, try to pass a SAFARRAY(char) with size=16 bytes to
your managed C++.
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