Re: Getting crazy with ReadyState

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Mon, 26 Feb 2007 15:17:20 -0500
"Alexander Adam" <> wrote in message

Now I am loading the data asynchronous within my plugin. That works
all fine but if I want to access my custom plugin within the html
page's onload() event, it is yet invalid due not having finished all
work. So I wanted to implement ReadyState, changed IDispatchImpl to
CStocksImpl, added m_nReadyState property have set it up correctly and
calling a FireChanged(DISPIP_READYSTATE) after each change. But yet,
trying to run e.g. in activex container results in no callbacks.

Scripts don't sink IPropertyNotifySink-based events. You need to define
an outgoing (aka source) dispinterface, have an OnReadyStateChange
event, and fire that. Look at Flash control's type library to see how
it's done.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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