Notifies a data object's currently registered advise sinks that data in the
object has changed.
| FORMATETC * pFormatetc,
||//Pointer to format information
| STGMEDIUM * pStgmed
||//Pointer to storage medium
[in] Points to the FORMATETC
structure, which describes the format, target device, rendering, and storage
information of the calling data object.
[in] Points to the STGMEDIUM
structure, which defines the storage medium (global memory, disk file,
storage object, stream object, GDI object, or undefined) and ownership of that medium
for the calling data object.
Object handlers and link objects implement IAdviseSink::OnDataChange
to receive data-change notifications. They also must call IDataObject::DAdvise
to set up an advisory connection with the data objects in which they are
interested. (See IDataObject::DAdvise
for more information on how to specify an advisory connection for data
Containers that take advantage of OLE's caching support do not need to
register for data-change notifications, because the information necessary to update
the container's presentation of the object, including any changes in its data,
are maintained in the object's cache.
Notes to Implementors
If you implement IAdviseSink::OnDataChange
for a container, remember that this method is asynchronous and that making
synchronous calls within asynchronous methods is not valid. Therefore, you cannot
to obtain the data you need to update your object. Instead, you either post an
internal message or invalidate the rectangle for the changed data by calling InvalidateRect
and then wait for a WM_PAINT message, at which point you are free to get the
data and update the object.
The data itself, which is valid only for the duration of the call, is passed
using the storage medium pointed to by pmedium.
Since the medium is owned by the caller, the advise sink should not free it.
Also, if pmedium
points to an IStorage
, the sink must not increment the reference count.
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