Determines whether the object identified by the specified moniker is currently
running. This method looks for the moniker in the Running Object Table (ROT).
| IMoniker *pmkObjectName
||//Moniker identifying the object whose status is desired
[in] Points to the moniker to search for in the Running Object Table.
Indicates that the object identified by pmkObjectName
Indicates that there is no entry for pmkObjectName
in the ROT, or that the object it identifies is no longer running (in which
case, the entry is revoked).
This method simply indicates whether a object is running. To retrieve a
pointer to a running object, use the IRunningObjectTable::GetObject
Notes to Callers
Generally, you call the IRunningObjectTable::IsRunning
method only if you are writing your own moniker class (that is, implementing
interface). You typically call this method from your implementation of IMoniker::IsRunning
. However, you should do so only if the pmkToLeft
parameter of IMoniker::IsRunning
is NULL. Otherwise, you should call IMoniker::IsRunning
on your pmkToLeft
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