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Document class objects, created by document-template objects, manage the application's data. You will derive a class for your documents from one of these classes.
Document class objects interact with view objects. View objects represent the client area of a window, display a document's data, and allow users to interact with it. Documents and views are created by a document-template object.
The base class for application-specific documents. Derive your document class or classes from CDocument.
Used for compound document implementation, as well as basic container support. Serves as a container for classes derived from CDocItem. This class can be used as the base class for container documents and is the base class for
A class derived from
COleDocument that provides the infrastructure for linking. You should derive the document classes for your container applications from this class instead of from
COleDocument if you want them to support links to embedded objects.
Used as the base class for server-application document classes.
COleServerDoc objects provide the bulk of server support through interactions with COleServerItem objects. Visual editing capability is provided using the class library's document/view architecture.
Document class objects can be persistent — in other words, they can write their state to a storage medium and read it back. MFC provides the
CArchive class to facilitate transferring the document's data to a storage medium.
Documents can also contain OLE objects.
CDocItem is the base class of the server and client items.