The following topics are the abstracts for the Interoperability samples written in C++.
Illustrates the use of COM events (fired from an unmanaged COM server) through a .NET Framework wrapper, automatically generated from the COM server's type library.
Shows how to create a DLL that wraps access to a COM object and exposes its functionality to .NET Framework clients.
Demonstrates interoperability between managed components (written with C++ and C#) and native components (written with C++ using COM attributes).
Describes and demonstrates using C++ to combine managed and unmanaged functionality into single applications.
Provides an overview of mixed assemblies, which allow managed and unmanaged C++ components to interoperate.