Updates the compound document's cached data for a linked object. This involves
binding to the link source, if it is not already bound.
| IBindCtx *pbc
||//Bind context to be used
[in] Points to the bind context to be used in binding the link source. This
parameter can be NULL. The bind context caches objects bound during the binding
process, contains parameters that apply to all operations using the bind
context, and provides the means by which the binding implementation should retrieve
information about its environment. For more information, see IBindCtx
All caches were updated successfully.
The bind operation worked but no caches were updated.
The bind operation worked but not all caches were updated.
Unable to bind to the link source.
Notes to Callers
Your container application should call IOleLink::Update
if the end user updates the cached data for a linked object.
The end user can update the cached data for a linked object by choosing the
Update Now button in the Links dialog box. If you use the OleUIEditLinks
API function to display the Links dialog box, you must implement the IOleUILinkContainer
interface. The dialog box calls your implementations of IOleUILinkContainer::UpdateLink
when the end user chooses the Update Now button. Your implementation of that
method can call IOleLink::Update
Your container application can also call IOleObject::Update
to update a linked object, because that method
when called on a linked object
This method updates both automatic links and manual links. For manual links,
is the only way to update the caches. For more information on automatic and
manual links, see IOleLink::SetUpdateOptions
Notes on Provided Implementation
is non-NULL, the linked object's implementation of IOleLink::Update
to register the bound link source. This ensures that the link source remains
running until the bind context is released.
The current caches are left intact if the link source cannot be bound.
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