Hello, Bill.

ClientState is not listed as an object in the Object Browser in Visual
Basic. So I can't dim something as a clientstate.

Regards,

Shane

In article <SHGj9.22716$Cj6.518937@repost-forum2.provo.novell.com>,
BValaski@cds-assoc.com says...
> Shane,
>
> Uh, you can do that <grin>....at least I've not had any problems with
> it.
> I'm pretty sure that the ClientState variant object doesn't change in
> a
> GroupWise client session, only the sub-functions (.CommandMessage,
> .SelectedFolder, .SelectedMessages) will vary.
>
> I'm not familiar with intellisense (I code using Delphi) - what does
> it do
> in the VB IDE?
>
>
> Bill Valaski
> Section Manager - Computer Operations
>
> CDS Associates, Inc.
> Cincinnati, OH USA
> 513.791.1700
>
>
> >>> Shane Courtrille<143258@devforums.novell.com> Sep 05, 2002

> 12:38:19 PM
> >>>

> Is there anyway to get a REAL ClientState object as
> opposed to an 'Object' which is all we get now.
>
> I want to do this:
>
> Dim MyClientState as ClientState
>
> set MyClientState = C3POManager.ClientState
>
> so that I can use intellisense and actually access the
> Clientstate object without having to pass it everywhere as
> an Object which is just plain silly.
>
>
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