Re: CreateInstance

"Alexander Nickolov" <>
Fri, 26 May 2006 10:04:27 -0700
Well, technically you don't need it before each CreateInstance.
You only need to call CoInitialize[Ex] once per thread (and
match that with CoUninitialize when finished with COM). So
if somebody else called it before your code you'll be fine without.

Alexander Nickolov
Microsoft MVP [VC], MCSD

"Brian Muth" <> wrote in message

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I have an exe com. I have two questions.

1. After I create an instance:

IXserverPtr _pServer;

Do I need to release like this _pServer.Release() ?

No, it's not necessary. IXserverPtr is a "smart" pointer. The destructor
will automatically call Release() for you when the variable goes out of

2. Do I need CoInitialize(NULL) before CreateInstance?


Why it still
works if I don't have CoInitilzie?

No, it won't work. Look at the HRESULT returned by


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