ID: 12925
User updated by: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Status: Open
Bug Type: COM related
Operating System: W2K pro
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

In conversion.c:

      case IS_STRING:
         var_arg->vt = VT_BSTR;
         unicode_str = php_char_to_OLECHAR(pval_arg->value.str.val, 
pval_arg->value.str.len, codepage);
         var_arg->bstrVal = SysAllocString(unicode_str);

MSN document:
BSTR SysAllocString(OLECHAR FAR* sz);
Parameter :
sz:   a zero terminated string to copy. The sz parameter must be a unicode string in 
32-bit applications, and an ANSI string in 16-bit applications.

What I did in my c++ file to send a binary string in c++

char tmpbuf[] = {0x00,0x20,.....0x11};
BSTR SEF = SysAllocStringByteLen(NULL,sizeof(tmpbuf));
memcpy(SEF,tmpbuf, sizeof(tmpbuf));

I can receive the binary string on the other end.

Previous Comments:

[2001-08-27 11:53:32] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

found the problem in conversion.c


[2001-08-23 11:02:50] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Here is the PHP code.

$bp = new COM("AG2.Beepoj") or die("Unable to instanciate");
$bp-> beeeep(101,"\x0\x0\xff");

The other end is a COM object, the beeeep method defined as

STDMETHODIMP Cbeepoj::Beeeep(int iDuration, BSTR b_str)

        // TODO: Add your implementation code here
        if(wcslen(b_str)!=0) AfxMessageBox((CString)b_str);
        else AfxMessageBox("null string.");
        return S_OK;

If I use $bp-> beeeep(101,"111111"); I will get 111111 displayed in a message box. 
However, If the input is
$bp-> beeeep(101,"\x0\x0\xff"); The COM will say it is a
null string.


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