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QAxObject(3qt)									   QAxObject(3qt)

NAME
       QAxObject - QObject that wraps a COM object

SYNOPSIS
       This class is part of the Qt ActiveQt Extension.

       #include <qaxobject.h>

       Inherits QObject and QAxBase.

       Inherited by QAxScriptEngine.

   Public Members
       QAxObject ( QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
       QAxObject ( const QString & c, QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
       QAxObject ( IUnknown * iface, QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
       ~QAxObject ()

   Important Inherited Members
       QVariant dynamicCall ( const QCString & function, const QVariant & var1 = QVariant ( ),
	   const QVariant & var2 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var3 = QVariant ( ), const
	   QVariant & var4 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var5 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant &
	   var6 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var7 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var8 =
	   QVariant ( ) )
       QVariant dynamicCall ( const QCString & function, QValueList<QVariant> & vars )
       QAxObject * querySubObject ( const QCString & name, const QVariant & var1 = QVariant ( ),
	   const QVariant & var2 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var3 = QVariant ( ), const
	   QVariant & var4 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var5 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant &
	   var6 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var7 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var8 =
	   QVariant ( ) )

DESCRIPTION
       This class is defined in the Qt ActiveQt Extension, which can be found in the
       qt/extensions directory. It is not included in the main Qt API.

       The QAxObject class provides a QObject that wraps a COM object.

       A QAxObject can be instantiated as an empty object, with the name of the COM object it
       should wrap, or with a pointer to the IUnknown that represents an existing COM object. If
       the COM object implements the IDispatch interface, the properties, methods and events of
       that object become available as Qt properties, slots and signals. The base class, QAxBase,
       provides an API to access the COM object directly through the IUnknown pointer.

       QAxObject is a QObject and can be used as such, e.g. it can be organized in an object
       hierarchy, receive events and connect to signals and slots.

       Warning: You can subclass QAxObject, but you cannot use the Q_OBJECT macro in the subclass
       (the generated moc-file will not compile), so you cannot add further signals, slots or
       properties. This limitation is due to the metaobject information generated in runtime. To
       work around this problem, aggregate the QAxObject as a member of the QObject subclass.

MEMBER FUNCTION DOCUMENTATION
QAxObject::QAxObject ( QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
       Creates an empty COM object and propagates parent and name to the QObject constructor. To
       initialize the object, call setControl.

QAxObject::QAxObject ( const QString & c, QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
       Creates a QAxObject that wraps the COM object c. parent and name are propagated to the
       QWidget contructor.

       See also control.

QAxObject::QAxObject ( IUnknown * iface, QObject * parent = 0, const char * name = 0 )
       Creates a QAxObject that wraps the COM object referenced by iface. parent and name are
       propagated to the QObject contructor.

QAxObject::~QAxObject ()
       Releases the COM object and destroys the QAxObject, cleaning up all allocated resources.

QVariant QAxBase::dynamicCall ( const QCString & function, const QVariant & var1 = QVariant ( ),
       const QVariant & var2 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var3 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant
       & var4 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var5 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var6 =
       QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var7 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var8 = QVariant ( ) )

       Calls the COM object's method function, passing the parameters var1, var1, var2, var3,
       var4, var5, var6, var7 and var8, and returns the value returned by the method, or an
       invalid QVariant if the method does not return a value or when the function call failed.

       If function is a method of the object the string must be provided as the full prototype,
       for example as it would be written in a QObject::connect() call.

	   activeX->dynamicCall( "Navigate(const QString&)", "www.trolltech.com" );

       Alternatively a function can be called passing the parameters embedded in the string, e.g.
       above function can also be invoked using

	   activeX->dynamicCall("Navigate(\"www.trolltech.com\");
       All parameters are passed as strings; it depends on the control whether they are
       interpreted correctly, and is slower than using the prototype with correctly typed
       parameters.

       If function is a property the string has to be the name of the property. The property
       setter is called when var1 is a valid QVariant, otherwise the getter is called.

	   activeX->dynamicCall( "Value", 5 );
	   QString text = activeX->dynamicCall( "Text" ).toString();
       Note that it is faster to get and set properties using QObject::property() and
       QObject::setProperty().

       It is only possible to call functions through dynamicCall() that have parameters or return
       values of datatypes supported by QVariant. See the QAxBase class documentation for a list
       of supported and unsupported datatypes. If you want to call functions that have
       unsupported datatypes in the parameter list, use queryInterface() to retrieve the
       appropriate COM interface, and use the function directly.

	   IWebBrowser2 *webBrowser = 0;
	   activeX->queryInterface( IID_IWebBrowser2, (void**)&webBrowser );
	   if ( webBrowser ) {
	       webBrowser->Navigate2( pvarURL );
	       webBrowser->Release();
	   }

       This is also more efficient.

       Example: qutlook/centralwidget.cpp.

QVariant QAxBase::dynamicCall ( const QCString & function, QValueList<QVariant> & vars )
       This is an overloaded member function, provided for convenience. It behaves essentially
       like the above function.

       Calls the COM object's method function, passing the parameters in vars, and returns the
       value returned by the method. If the method does not return a value or when the function
       call failed this function returns an invalid QVariant object.

       The QVariant objects in vars are updated when the method has out-parameters.

QAxObject * QAxBase::querySubObject ( const QCString & name, const QVariant & var1 = QVariant (
       ), const QVariant & var2 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var3 = QVariant ( ), const
       QVariant & var4 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var5 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant &
       var6 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var7 = QVariant ( ), const QVariant & var8 =
       QVariant ( ) )
       Returns a pointer to a QAxObject wrapping the COM object provided by the method or
       property name, passing passing the parameters var1, var1, var2, var3, var4, var5, var6,
       var7 and var8.

       If name is provided by a method the string must include the full function prototype.

       If name is a property the string must be the name of the property, and var1, ... var8 are
       ignored.

       The returned QAxObject is a child of this object (which is either of type QAxObject or
       QAxWidget), and is deleted when this object is deleted. It is however safe to delete the
       returned object yourself, and you should do so when you iterate over lists of subobjects.

       COM enabled applications usually have an object model publishing certain elements of the
       application as dispatch interfaces. Use this method to navigate the hierarchy of the
       object model, e.g.

	   QAxWidget outlook( "Outlook.Application" );
	   QAxObject *session = outlook.querySubObject( "Session" );
	   if ( session ) {
	       QAxObject *defFolder = session->querySubObject(
				       "GetDefaultFolder(OlDefaultFolders)",
				       "olFolderContacts" );
	       //...
	   }

       Example: qutlook/centralwidget.cpp.

SEE ALSO
       http://doc.trolltech.com/qaxobject.html http://www.trolltech.com/faq/tech.html

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright 1992-2007 Trolltech ASA, http://www.trolltech.com.  See the license file
       included in the distribution for a complete license statement.

AUTHOR
       Generated automatically from the source code.

BUGS
       If you find a bug in Qt, please report it as described in
       http://doc.trolltech.com/bughowto.html.	Good bug reports help us to help you. Thank you.

       The definitive Qt documentation is provided in HTML format; it is located at
       $QTDIR/doc/html and can be read using Qt Assistant or with a web browser. This man page is
       provided as a convenience for those users who prefer man pages, although this format is
       not officially supported by Trolltech.

       If you find errors in this manual page, please report them to qt-bugs@trolltech.com.
       Please include the name of the manual page (qaxobject.3qt) and the Qt version (3.3.8).

Trolltech AS				 2 February 2007			   QAxObject(3qt)
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