LABRADOR Attributes Sample: Implements a Server with No User Interface
The LABRADOR attributes sample shows how to use ATL to implement an EXE server without any user interface. The server allows creation of an object that supports two custom interfaces, defined in Labrador.idl.
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This sample uses three components: the server, the marshaling DLL, and the driver.
To build and register the components
Open the solution file Labrador.sln
From the Build menu, click Build Solution.
The server, the marshaling DLL, and the driver will be built and registered.
To run the driver
In Solution Explorer, right-click the labdriv project and select Set as StartUp Project.
From the Debug menu, click Start Without Debugging.
The driver will create an object, make a few calls into it, and then release it.
This sample uses the following keywords:
_CrtDumpMemoryLeaks; _tcsicmp; _tcstok; _tprintf; _vstprintf; ATLASSERT; BEGIN_COM_MAP; BEGIN_OBJECT_MAP; CComObjectRoot; CoCreateInstance; COM_INTERFACE_ENTRY; CoUninitialize; DECLARE_NOT_AGGREGATABLE; DECLARE_REGISTRY; DispatchMessage; END_OBJECT_MAP; GetCurrentThreadId; GetMessage; OBJECT_ENTRY; OutputDebugString; PostThreadMessage; Trace; va_end; va_list; va_start; wcscpy_s
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