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|Example: lrc_DispPropertyPut||IDispatch Interface Calls|
Sets a property using the IDispatch interface.
void lrc_DispPropertyPut( IDispatch * pDispatch, char *idName, unsigned long locale, ...);
|*pDispatch||A pointer to the IDispatch interface.|
|*idName||A pointer to the name of the property.|
|locale||The language locale.|
|Args||The value or values (in the case of an array) to set.|
|OPTIONAL_ARGS||An optional flag signaling that the next arguments will be a series of pairs of specific array indices and values to set (the named arguments of the DispParams structure in the original Microsoft definition).|
|LAST_ARG||A flag signaling that the preceding argument was the last argument.|
|__CheckResult||This flag is generated by VuGen to indicate if the call was successful when the script was generated and HRESULT should be checked. Values: CHECK_HRES or DONT_CHECK_HRES.|
lrc_DispPropertyPut sets a property using the IDispatch interface. The call sets the DISPATCH_PROPERTYPUT flag.
IDispatch is a "meta-interface" that exposes all of the other interfaces and methods of a COM object. Calls to IDispatch:Invoke from VuGen scripts are implemented using lrc_Disp functions. These calls are constructed somewhat differently from calls to other interfaces. Calls to GetIDsOfNames are hidden inside the lrc_Disp calls. Each lrc_Disp call sets a different wflags parameter value when it calls IDispatch:Invoke. The lrc_DispPropertyPut call sets the DISPATCH_PROPERTYPUT flag.
You cannot use standard parameterization for any arguments in this function.