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Topic: Acrobat SDK - Exposing methods
Conf: (P-PDF) Developers, Msg: 103257
From: Vovin
Date: 1/6/2004 04:32 AM


I'm trying to create a plug-in (using Visual C++ and the Adobe Acrobat 5 SDK) that will expose some of the digital signature methods to the outside world but I'm struggling as to where to start.

I've had a look at the AddDispInterface project but how do I go about creating my own. I'm getting bogged down at the moment trawling through material on COM but there must be an easier way. Can anyone provide me with a simple step by step approach to this or a few pointers?

Do I use the ATL COM AppWizard to create a project of this type?

Does Visual C++ create the following line or do you have to do it yourself:

I presume that I can't just copy the AddDispInterface project and change it slightly as the MIDL_INTERFACE id has to be unique doesn't it?

Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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