I am working on an OPC HDA Client where I am creating a Conenction with OSI PI HDA Server via below code. But at the time of Advise to the Server I am getting an error with error code = 0x80040202. The OSI HDA server is located on remote machine which has full DCOM configuration. I searched out and found that this happens due to CONNECT_E_ADVISELIMIT or CONNECT_E_CANNOTCONNECT. Below is the my code of Connect(). Can anybody help me what else I have to do to fix the problem.
#pragma region Code Added For AsyncOperations
ATL::CComPtr<::IConnectionPointContainer> subscripCpcObj = GetAtlInterface<::IConnectionPointContainer>((this->RawObject));
HRESULT hr = subscripCpcObj->FindConnectionPoint(__uuidof(IOPCHDA_DataCallback), &eventObjPtr);
// Get the servers side of the connection.IntPtr cbPtr = Marshal::GetComInterfaceForObject(this, OpcHdaEventSink::typeid);
callbackPtr = reinterpret_cast<IOPCEventSink*>(cbPtr.ToPointer());
// Advise for the events.
hr = eventObjPtr->Advise(callbackPtr, &cookie);
//Hold a reference to the connection point for shutdown.
this->callbackCookie = cookie;
this->callbackConnectionPoint = GetDotNetInterface<::IConnectionPoint>(eventObjPtr);
if(this->callbackConnectionPoint == nullptr)
OutputDebugString(L"HdaServer:->callbackConnectionPoint is NULL!");
I have created the COM component in VC6.0 using ATL 3.0
I am using it in VB6.0
I have added the BSTR Event.
I want to pass the string with NULL character in between the string from VC to VB
e.g. I want to fire a event with string "ABC\0XYZ"
So I can get the complete string in VB as ABCXYZ
 - indicates box as unicode character.
But I am getting only "ABC" string.
Please tell me the way to pass the string with NULL character from vc to vb.
Note: Without seeing any of your code, I'm just guessing...
It's probably because when you create the BSTR, you let it count characters to determine its length, rather than telling it what the length actually is. Any string length function in C/C++ will see a NULL as the end of string.
So, create your BSTR like this, telling it what its length is:
BST b = SysAllocStringLen(L"ABC\0XYZ", 7);
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As I recall you won't be able to do as you want, either the ATL Event Wizard generated code sees the internal NULL and loses the rest (even with the BSTR length set) or VB will see a a NULL terminated string. I'm pretty sure You'll have do do more one way or the other. Maybe pass an array of characters?
The NULL character is your problem. Try replacing it with some other unique Unicode character which both parts of your application can recognise. Alternatively put the box character in your source string in the first place.
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thanks for your time..
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