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    ATL identifiers?

    I have a custom grid control (OLEVSFlexgrid) that usually gets its input from a VBTextBox that is a sibling of it. Generally I just put the text in the VBTextBox and when I change focus the data gets moved to the grid cell and the VBTextBox moves to the cell that now has focus.

    However, in one case the developer got clever and instead of the VBTextbox that usually exists, the declaration looks like this:

    Can anyone provide some insight into what the 3 tags mean, and how I can figure out what sort of object CustomWin N347 is really? Is there a resource to look up the ATL objects?
    How can I set the data on the grid cell?


    The real, long-term problem is that I want to write a class declaration for the grid control. Right now since there are seemingly two different ways of putting the data in that there won't ever be a way to have a general function unless I look for the existance of the VBTextBox as sibling.

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    [This message has been edited by VolleyJosh (edited 04-14-2003).]
    -Josh

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    Re: ATL identifiers?

    Looks like it is picking up the text being shown in the field for the name of the object. Class-map this object to textfield and see what happens

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    Re: ATL identifiers?

    I would remove the tag for the index and the text of the textbox and then name your object something like this

    if that doesnt work, then do as the guy before me said and map the ATL:03156BE0 class to TextField in the class mapper(Options->Class Map).

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    [This message has been edited by rmccullough (edited 04-15-2003).]

    [This message has been edited by rmccullough (edited 04-15-2003).]
    Ryan McCullough
    RightNow Tech. Inc.

 

 

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