ADO Events with win32com

angusm nmack at pacbell.net
Sat Jul 21 16:40:17 CEST 2001


I think the problem is that COM (or ADO?)requires you to define all
the event handlers for the interface in your class:

"All the event handlers in the ConnectionEvent ... must be
implemented, regardless of whether you actually use events. " MSDN

that is, if you use one you have to define the rest (though presumably
you can bet by with a "pass" implementation). The same goes for
Recordset events.

The ADO type library generated by makepy has the prototypes you need.

Angus

Paul Moore <gustav at morpheus.demon.co.uk> wrote in message news:<vv7hlt8dqss6e3vv2m5pko2tq94obt99r2 at 4ax.com>...
> I'm trying to get ADO events working with win32com, but I'm not getting
> anywhere. The following is my test code:
> 
> -------------------------------------------------------------
> import win32com.client
> 
> finished = 0
> 
> class ADOEvents:
>     def OnConnectComplete(*args):
>         print `args`
>         finished = 1
> 
> def Test():
>     # Conn = win32com.client.Dispatch("ADODB.Connection")
>     Conn = win32com.client.DispatchWithEvents("ADODB.Connection", ADOEvents)
>     ConnStr = "Provider=msdaora;Prompt=complete"
>     Conn.Open(ConnStr, Options=16)
>     while not finished:
>         pass
> 
> if __name__ == '__main__':
>     Test()
> -------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> If I understand things correctly, this is about what is needed.
> 
> The problem is that this code immediately returns an error - 'Operation has been
> cancelled by the user'. But I didn't! I didn't even get the chance, as the login
> box did not appear.
> 
> If I comment out the DispatchWithEvents call, and replace it with a straight
> Dispatch call, as on the line above, everything works as I want - the login box
> appears (although clearly the event doesn't get fired, so I get an infinite
> loop...)
> 
> Is there some reason that DispatchWithEvents isn't working correctly here?
> 
> Thanks for any insight,
> Paul.



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