Adding ATL to MFC Project

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This code is a very basic sample of "adding" ATL to the existing MFC project. I'm getting asked about MFC+ATL very often. Hope people find it useful.

Contains VB(5.0) client and OCX(VC++5.0) that has MFC control and ATL In-Proc server.

The way I did it is straightforward: Wizards generated 2 projects, MFC(Control) and ATL(In-Proc server) and essentially I just copied ATL code into MFC and used IDL file instead of ODL.

Download zip file 15KB.



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