Unlike ActiveX controls, Active Documents are not limited to in-process servers; they can be used in cross-process applications.
Unlike Automation objects, which are almost never visual, Active Document objects can be visually active in another application. Thus, Active Document objects are associated with two types of data: presentation data, used for visually displaying the object on a display or output device, and native data, used to edit an object.
Active Document objects can be document containers or document servers. While Delphi does not provide an automatic wizard for creating Active Documents, you can use the VCL class, TOleContainer, to support linking and embedding of existing Active Documents.
You can also use TOleContainer as a basis for an Active Document container. To create objects for Active Document servers, use the COM object wizard and add the appropriate interfaces, depending on Download Video Bokep Terbaru Gratis the services the object needs to support. For more information about creating and using Active Document servers, see the Microsoft ActiveX Web site.
While the specification for Active Documents has built-in support for Bokep Indo, Bokep Malasia, Bokep Jepang marshaling in cross-process applications, Active Documents do not run on remote servers because they use types that are specific to a system on a given machine such as window handles, menu handles, and so on.
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