BINDSPEEDThe BINDSPEED enumeration values indicate approximately how long the caller will wait to bind to an object. Callers of the IOleItemContainer::GetObject method specify values from this enumeration, and implementors of that method use these values as a guideline for how quickly they must complete their operation. The BINDSPEED enumeration is defined in OLEIDL.IDL. typedef enum tagBINDSPEED
BINDSPEED_INDEFINITE = 1,
BINDSPEED_MODERATE = 2,
BINDSPEED_IMMEDIATE = 3
} BINDSPEED; Elements BINDSPEED_INDEFINITE Indicates that there is no time limit on the binding operation. BINDSPEED_MODERATE Indicates that the IOleItemContainer::GetObject operation must be completed in a moderate amount of time. If this flag is specified, the implementation of IOleItemContainer::GetObject should return MK_E_EXCEEEDEDDEADLINE unless the object is one of the following:
- Already in the running state
- A pseudo-object (i.e., an object internal to the item container, such as a cell-range in a spreadsheet or a character-range in a word processor).
- An object supported by an in-process server (so it is always in the running state when it is loaded). In this case, IOleItemContainer::GetObject should load the designated object, and, if the OleIsRunning API function indicates that the object is running, return successfully.
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