Removes the specified key and its associated pointer from the bind context's
string-keyed table of objects. The key must have previously been inserted into
the table using the IBindCtx::RegisterObjectParam
| LPOLESTR pszKey
||//Points to the key to be revoked
[in] Points to a zero-terminated string containing the key to remove. For
Win32 applications, the LPOLESTR
type indicates a wide character string (two bytes per character); otherwise,
the string has one byte per character. Key string comparsion is case sensitive.
The specified key was successfully removed from the table.
Indicates that no object has been registered with the specified key.
A bind context maintains a table of interface pointers, each associated with a
string key. This enables communication between a moniker implementation and
the caller that initiated the binding operation. One party can store an interface
pointer under a string known to both parties so that the other party can later
retrieve it from the bind context.
This method is used to remove an entry from the table. If the specified key is
found, the bind context releases its reference to the object.
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