Accessing OLE Automation Objects
To access exposed objects, you can create OLE Automation controllers using
Microsoft Visual Basic™, Microsoft Visual C++™, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Project, and other applications and programming
languages that support OLE. This chapter discusses several strategies for
accessing exposed objects:
- Creating scripts with Microsoft Visual Basic
- Creating your own controllers that manipulate objects
- Creating type information browsers
Regardless of the strategy you choose, your OLE Automation controller needs to
follow these steps:
To initialize and create the object
- Initialize OLE.
- Create an instance of the exposed object.
To manipulate methods and properties
- Get information about the object's methods and properties.
- Invoke the methods and properties.
To release OLE when your application or programming tool terminates
- Revoke the active object.
- Unitialize OLE.
- Software for developers
Software for Android Developers
- More information resources
Unix Manual Pages