Notifies the container on deactivation that it should reinstall its user
interface and take focus, and whether or not the object has an undoable state.
| BOOL fUndoable
||//Specifies if object can undo changes
[in] Specifies whether the object can undo changes. It is TRUE if the object
can undo, FALSE if it cannot.
The method completed successfully.
An unexpected error occurred.
The object indicates whether it can undo changes through the fUndoable
flag. If the object can undo changes, the container can (by the user invoking
the Edit Undo command) call the IOleInPlaceObject::ReactivateAndUndo
method to undo the changes.
Notes to Callers
IOleInPlaceSite::OnUIDeactivate is called by the site's immediate child object when it is deactivating to
notify the container that it should reinstall its own user interface components
and take focus. The container should wait for the call to IOleInPlaceSite::OnUIDeactivate
to complete before fully cleaning up and destroying any composite submenus.
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