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Mappoint ActiveX with VisualC++ 6

This is a discussion on Mappoint ActiveX with VisualC++ 6 within the MapPoint Desktop Discussion forums, part of the Map Forums category; HI. Im thinking in use Mappoint ActiveX control to add Mappoint functionaliti to an application Im developing. It seems all ...

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    Mappoint ActiveX with VisualC++ 6

    HI.
    Im thinking in use Mappoint ActiveX control to add Mappoint functionaliti to an application Im developing.
    It seems all documentation that Microsoft provides about this control is oriented to Visual Basic, and my application is coded in Visual C++.

    Anybody knows if will have any trouble with VC++ and Mappoint ActiveX.

    Thanks in advance.
    Ivan (Spain)

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    No problems using Visual C++ 6.0

    I have no problems programming the Mappoint ActiveX control using Visual C++ 6.0,

    http://www.yesterday-online.com

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    Hi Pal,
    I don't know if u r done with your project but I would suggest u a site which gives ample information and "code" to get u started using the control in VC++

    http://www.anotherurl.com/mapping/mfc_start.htm

    and say thanks to Nick
    ~jadeep

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    There only seem to be samples for controls in a dialog app. I've tried the same methods in a single document app and it displays the map fine, I can move the cursor over it without problems, but as soon as I click on the MapPoint window it crashes within the MapPoint control in what looks like a stack overflow.

    Ideas anyone?

    Thanks,
    Jon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcard
    There only seem to be samples for controls in a dialog app. I've tried the same methods in a single document app and it displays the map fine, I can move the cursor over it without problems, but as soon as I click on the MapPoint window it crashes within the MapPoint control in what looks like a stack overflow.

    Ideas anyone?

    Thanks,
    Jon.
    I'm having the same problems with stack overflow when embedding the ActiveX control in a View. Btw my version i MapPoint 2004 (EU) with version 11.0 of the MapPointControl.

    Did anyone find a solution to this problem?
    Thanks

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