The IDLcomIDispatch object class creates an IDL object that encapsulates a COM object. IDL provides data type and other translation services, allowing IDL programs to access the COM object's methods and properties using standard IDL syntax.
For detailed information on using the IDLcomIDispatch object, see Chapter 4 in the External Development Guide.
This class has no superclasses.
When a COM object is instantiated, IDL creates a dynamic subclass of the IDLcomIDispatch class. The dynamic subclass is used to provide a unique name for each component type, based on the COM class or program identifier. See Chapter 4 in the External Development Guide for details.
ActiveX controls are instantiated within IDL as a special subclass of the IDLcomIDispatch class named IDLcomActiveX.
Objects of this class have the following properties. See IDLcomIDispatch Properties for details on individual properties.
In addition, objects of this class inherit the properties of all superclasses of this class.
In addition to these methods, you can call the underlying COM object's methods directly. See Chapter 4 in the External Development Guide for details.