Re: Still need help!

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Mon, 5 Jan 2009 18:01:38 -0500
khalprin <> wrote:

I've tried to simplify this by using only one structure with two
fixed arrays within it to represent the 'OBJCMDPARM' data. My
structure now looks like this:

typedef struct tagOBJCMD
long lId;
BSTR bsName;
BSTR bsDescription;
BSTR bsMonitorItem;
BYTE bState;
long lParameters;
BSTR bsParamName[5];
BSTR bsParamDesc[5];

All the samples I've been able to find that show how to prototype the
call use this format in the IDL:

[id(11)] HRESULT ListCommands2(
[out] VARIANT_BOOL* bEnableDisable,
[out] long* plCommandCount,
[out,size_is(, *plCommandCount)] OBJCMD** ppCmds

I still can't get this to work.

Have you actually built and registered proxy/stub DLL? Your use of [id]
attribute suggests that perhaps you are trying to use TLB-driven
marshalling, but your interface is not automation-compatible.

The interface which contains this method is derived from

What for? Your method is not automation-compatible, it can't be called
via IDispatch::Invoke anyway. Don't you get MIDL warnings to that
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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