if you dont start it in the same process (maybe that's badly worded) may 'shell'/session ie start it from the VBScript process, it won't have access to the same environment - you would need to have your VBScript modify the 'parent' environment - quite a hard task iirc
I am working in development of Active X control in VC++ .I need to create a property for FONT to have GetFont & SetFont. I have developed with default setting when I debug the code using Activex control test container I can go GetFont function in the code when I invoke GetFont
But I try for SetFont it doesn’t moves to SetFont instead it goes to GetFont.
Could anyone help me out this issue.
I have create a new application with MFC Activex control wizard I have kept all default setting.
Then I have added the property Font with Implementation as Get/Set and then I kept two break point one in GetFont and another in SetFont.
When I try to debug that control using Activex control Test Container I can move to Getfont when I Invoke GetFont function but I am not able to move to Setfont function when I invoke Setfont instead it moves to GetFont function.
The first thing I'd test is if the debugger is telling you the truth: putting MessageBoxes with the names of the methods in the two functions is a quick and dirty way to verify this. I assume you're debugging with the debug build? Assuming this doesn't clear things up post your Dispatch Map[^] (post all uses of the macros in the link I gave).
I want to get search update for remote machine.Means how many updates it wants and all.
how do i use WUA API for remote machine please help me .I Visited microsoft website but not get proper idea.
Hi, i don't know FlexGrid but here's a general tip: when you specify a font for your cells or maybe for the entire grid, use a greek charset. In the LOGFONT struct there is a member called lfCharSet, if you set this to GREEK_CHARSET, the font mapper will try to give you a font that has greek characters in it. As said, i don't know the Flex Grid so i don't know how you can make it use a certain font but i guess you will know that. I hope this helps somewhat.
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