Re: Using same interfaces for in-proc vs. out-proc

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Mon, 16 Nov 2009 14:30:20 -0500
Drew wrote:

I've set up a minimal example, minus the static LIB for the EXE. IOW, =


for the COM part is in the same project as the rest of the EXE code. =


points to the same source as the EXE project for the COM portion of =


project. I can compile and link both projects but I'm unable to =

register the

DLL. When I run it through Dependency Walker and profile it with =

regsvr32 I

get Error 0x80070716 "The specified resource name cannot be found in =


image file".

Find CAtlComModule::RegisterServer call (in a DLL project it's in =
DllRegisterServer; in EXE, I don't remember off the top of my head). =
Pass FALSE for the first parameter (the wizard-generated code passes =
TRUE). Since you no longer bind a TLB as a resource, you can't register =
it this way.

The EXE registers fine and I'm able to use it from a VB

Apparently, you still bind the TLB (which is now supposed to be =
standalone) as a resource to your EXE. Check your .rc file.
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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