For additional information about TYPEFLAGS, see the MSDN Library.
The common language runtime throws an exception when a COM method in native code returns an HRESULT. For more information, see How to: Map HRESULTs and Exceptions.
The class supports aggregation.
A type description that describes an Application object.
Instances of the type can be created by ITypeInfo::CreateInstance.
The type is a control from which other types will be derived and should not be displayed to users.
Indicates that the interface derives from IDispatch, either directly or indirectly. This flag is computed; there is no Object Description Language for the flag.
The interface supplies both IDispatch and VTBL binding.
The type should not be displayed to browsers.
The type is licensed.
The interface cannot add members at run time.
The types used in the interface are fully compatible with Automation, including VTBL binding support. Setting dual on an interface sets both this flag and the System.Runtime.InteropServices.TYPEFLAGS.TYPEFLAG_FDUAL. This flag is not allowed on dispinterfaces.
The type is predefined. The client application should automatically create a single instance of the object that has this attribute. The name of the variable that points to the object is the same as the class name of the object.
Indicates that the interface will be using a proxy/stub dynamic link library. This flag specifies that the type library proxy should not be unregistered when the type library is unregistered.
The object supports IConnectionPointWithDefault, and has default behaviors.
Should not be accessible from macro languages. This flag is intended for system-level types or types that type browsers should not display.
Indicates base interfaces should be checked for name resolution before checking children, which is the reverse of the default behavior.