Saves the object associated with the client site. This function is
synchronous; by the time it returns, the save will be completed.
The object was saved.
The object was not saved.
An embedded object calls IOleClientSite::SaveObject
to ask its container to save it to persistent storage when an end user
chooses the File Update or Exit commands. The call is synchronous, meaning that by
the time it returns, the save operation will be completed.
Calls to IOleClientSite::SaveObject
occur in most implementations of IOleObject::Close
. Normally, when a container tells an object to close, the container passes a
flag specifying whether the object should save itself before closing, prompt
the user for instructions, or close without saving itself. If an object is
instructed to save itself, either by its container or an end user, it calls IOleClientSite::SaveObject
to ask the container application to save the object's contents before the
object closes itself. If a container instructs an object not to save itself, the
object should not call SaveObject
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