I'm pretty new to .NET and I am trying to have a VBScript consume an event created in a .NET component.
I started out with http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd8bf0x3.aspx
I registered the assembly for COM interop and made it COM visible (checkboxes in the Visual Studio 2--8 project properties dialog).
This is the .NET Code:
public delegate void ClickDelegate(int x, int y);
public delegate void ResizeDelegate();
// Step 1: Defines an event sink interface (ButtonEvents) to be
// implemented by the COM sink.
public interface ButtonEvents
void Click(int x, int y);
// Step 2: Connects the event sink interface to a class
// by passing the namespace and event sink interface
// ("EventSource.ButtonEvents, EventSrc").
public class PureEvents
public event ClickDelegate Click;
public event ResizeDelegate Resize;
public string getValue()
return "Normal method call";
public void CauseClickEvent(int x, int y)
public void CauseResizeEvent()
The VBScript code looks like this:
The getValue()-Method gets called properly, so the component itself works.
However, when I call CauseResizeEvent, I get an 80004001 error (method or process not implemented".
Am I missing anything obvious here?
The script does not run in IIS or internet explorer, it just gets double clicked and then runs in wscript.exe.
I appreciate any help.
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