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Old October 22nd, 2003, 11:07 PM
roy roy is offline
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You need to basically declare an interface, provide a GUID to that
interface, make it IDispatch based and use ComSourceInterfaces() to
assign that interface as the event interface. Then use delegates to
point to the methods exposed by the interface.

If you did not understand what I am talking about, check out MSDN for
"Raising Events handled by COM Sink" topic. In VS.NET 2003 its in,

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