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QuestionWhat are the ways a COM dll can be used? + questions Pin
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Alexandre GRANVAUD19-Feb-09 5:14
Alexandre GRANVAUD19-Feb-09 5:14 
- Just by knowing the component's CLSID & the interface's IDs?
Use a component with the "import" directive, that takes information from the .tlb file? <-won't this require any header file?

the #import creates .tli and .tlh files which are headers

- Creation using ProgIDs is efficient?
it must be slower because it looks at the progid in registry then at the clsid

- A COM DLL doesn't mean a component. A COM dll may contain any number of components inside. (that we do by adding simple ATL object into workspace?)//Containment ,aggregation etc.
yes a COM DLL can have many components inside

- A CoClass is a component object. As a COM DLL can contain more components, there'll be more CoClasses accordingly.
yes with ATL you have no problem, each class factory is instanciated within an OBJET MAP
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