A trainer and lecturer for Microsoft Curriculum Courses describes the foundations of interface programming, stepping readers through the specific directives in the MIDL compiler. Going from remote methods to advanced marshaling, he touches on all aspects of IDL through a practical DCOM application.Obviously there has to be some ad-hoc or a#39;out-of-banda#39; mechanism for informing object C that it is holding a weak reference to IA. Of course, the problem with this solution is that it breaks one of the rules of COM: weak references are prohibited anbsp;...
|Title||:||COM IDL and Interface Design|
|Publisher||:||Wrox Press - 1999|