Inside Ole (Microsoft Programming Series) by Kraig Brockschmidt

By Kraig Brockschmidt

Inside of Ole Microsoft Programming sequence

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Because the stream has a standard format, a standard location, and a standard name, anyone and anything can retrieve this information and do interesting things with it. For example, the Windows 95 Explorer allows you to search for documents and then view their summary information. The long-term plans for structured storage include full content indexing of a file to enable shell-level searches based not only on summary information but also on content. This capability is far more powerful, yet easier to use, than requiring the end user to first find a file, then find the application that can load that file, and then use the application to open and browse files to eventually find the data.

IViewObject2 also contains member functions for handling notifications to a client for when an object's view, as opposed to its data, changes. For example, a bar chart has underlying data used to generate the chart, and a data change will normally also mean a view change for the chart. But changing the color of one of the bars changes the view but not the data; therefore, we have a separate notification. This notification also happens through IAdviseSink because IDataObject and IViewObject2 are often found together, and the combination of notifications into IAdviseSink centralizes not only sink implementation but also the asynchronous nature of the interface.

What matters is not the nature of the thing, but how we communicate with that thing through whatever interfaces it shows us. The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Objects (with Apologies to Douglas Adams) You probably already have some idea that once you have your first interface pointer for any given object, you can use QueryInterface to learn what else the object can do for you. But this begs a key question: Given a way to identify an object of a class, how do you obtain your first interface pointer to it?

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