Problems transforming QString to _bstr_t
musimbate last edited by
I am trying to transform a QString to _bstr_t type as follows:
QByteArray srcBa1 = mFilename.toLocal8Bit(); const char *srcString1 = srcBa1.data(); CString myStringSrc(srcString1,srcBa1.size()); BSTR bstrUser = myStringSrc.AllocSysString(); _bstr_t user(bstrUser,TRUE);
but when I pass the _bstr_t I get to this function:
PDFCreator ,a program whose COM interface I am using just crashes .I suspect this has something to do with unicode but can't figure out what yet.I should mention that when I directly pass a path to the file like this:
all is ok ,I simply want to be able to use QStrings that come from other modules of my Qt application.I am compiling with Qt 4.8 msvc2010 if this matters. I would appreciate any help on this.
Rondog last edited by
It probably is related to how the BSTR is created (possibly the type; char vs wchar_t). I do this with the following:
// char_buffer is a block of memory
// char_buffer is zero'd prior to use (not shown)
bstr_val = SysAllocString(char_buffer);
If you call a function that returns BSTR you are responsible to free the memory associated with the variable.
bstr = some_com_function_that_returns_BSTR();