Last updated on 9/27/2002

COM Event Sink Generator

Confused about how to capture COM events in your client applications? Are the terms "connection points", "dispinterface", "sink", etc. too confusing? Do you have any clue about how to implement a COM event sink? Want the easy way?

EventSinkImp is a simple, but very slick, utility used to easily capture COM+/COM events. Featuring a simple and intuitive interface, creating event sink components is just a matter of point-and-click and EventSinkImp takes care of generating all that code for you behind-the-scenes. After generating a sink component, simply install it into your development environment's component palette, drop it on your form, and voila, you're ready to go.

Download a free copy of EventSinkImp today and see for yourself how you can easily create applications that capture COM events like a pro!

Download EventSinkImp 2.0 (MSI format, 450k). Last Updated on 9/26/2002
for Delphi 3, Delphi 4, C++ Builder 4, Delphi 5, Delphi 6

Oh, and here's a couple of examples you can download to see EventSinkImp in action:

EventSinkImp Demos (400k) Demonstrates sinking of Excel 2000, Internet Explorer 5, Outlook 2000, and Word 2000 events. 
[These demos were tested only under D4 and D5. Make sure you read the ReadMe.txt file to determine how to correctly build the demo projects.] (20k) Demonstrates a simple Delphi 4 client and server event connection (20k) Demonstrates sinking of Internet Explorer 4 events (270k) Demonstrates sinking of MS Office events: Word 97, Excel 97 (20k) Demonstrates sinking of ADO 2 events (20k) Demonstrates sinking of MSMQ events (50k) Demonstrates sinking of Outlook 98 events (70k) Demonstrates how Borland C++ Builder 4 can make use of the generated Delphi sink component
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