Notifies the active in-place object when the container's document window is
activated or deactivated.
| BOOL fActivate
||//State of MDI child document window
[in] Indicates the state of the MDI child document window. It is TRUE if the
window is in the act of activating; FALSE if it is in the act of deactivating.
The method completed successfully.
Notes to Callers
when the MDI child document window is activated or deactivated and the object
is currently the active object for the document.
Notes to Implementors
You should include code in this method that installs frame-level tools during
object activation. These tools include the shared composite menu and/or
optional toolbars and frame adornments. You should then take focus. When deactivating,
the object should remove the frame-level tools. Note that if you do not call IOleInPlaceUIWindow::SetBorderSpace
set to NULL, you can avoid having to renegotiate border space.
While executing IOleInPlaceActiveObject::OnDocWindowActivate
, do not make calls to the Windows PeekMessage
functions, or a dialog box. Doing so may cause the system to deadlock. There
are further restrictions on which OLE interface methods and functions can be
called from within OnDocWindowActivate
PeekMessage, GetMessage in Win32
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