This class represents the module for an application.
Your class derived from CAtlExeModuleT.
Parses the command line and performs registration if necessary.
This method is called immediately after the message loop exits.
This method is called immediately before entering the message loop.
Registers the class object.
Revokes the class object.
This method executes code in the EXE module to initialize, run the message loop, and clean up.
This method executes the message loop.
Decrements the module's lock count.
This method implements the code required to run an EXE.
A flag indicating that there should be a delay shutting down the module.
A pause value used to ensure all objects are released before shutdown.
A time-out value used to delay the unloading of the module.
CAtlExeModuleT represents the module for an application (EXE) and contains code that supports creating an EXE, processing the command line, registering class objects, running the message loop, and cleaning up on exit.
This class is designed to improve performance when COM objects in the EXE server are continually created and destroyed. After the last COM object is released, the EXE waits for a duration specified by the CAtlExeModuleT::m_dwTimeOut data member. If there is no activity during this period (that is, no COM objects are created), the shutdown process is initiated.
The CAtlExeModuleT::m_bDelayShutdown data member is a flag used to determine if the EXE should use the mechanism defined above. If it is set to false, then the module will terminate immediately.
For more information on modules in ATL, see ATL Module Classes.