A symbol which will be bound to each sink interface pointer.
A symbol naming the sink interface.
A symbol which will be bound to a local macro that invokes a method from the sink interface as if by
An instance of a component class that has interface-name as one of its source interfaces.
A form to be evaluated.
do-connections provides a way to iterate over all the sink interface pointers for the source interface interface-name in the connection point container container. The container must be a subclass of
standard-i-connection-point-container. Each form is evaluated in turn with sink bound to each interface pointer. If dispatch is given, it is defined as a local macro invoking the COM interface interface-name as if by
with-com-interface. If automation-dispatch is given, it is defined as a local macro invoking the Automation interface interface-name as if by
Within the scope of
do-connections you can call the local function
discard-connection which discards the connection currently bound to sink. This is useful when an error is detected on that connection, for example when the client has terminated. The signature of this local function is
release is a boolean defaulting to false. If release is true then release is called on sink.
LispWorks COM/Automation User Guide and Reference Manual - 14 Feb 2015