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    Lightbulb Problem Registering Activex

    I have created an application using the Activex in Java. As i compile Activex on my machine dll get registered on my machine. So the Activex component working fine on my machine. But when i am using this on client machine it d't work b'coz dll are not register. How can i register dll on client machine when application starts?

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    you maybe want to post this in the Java forum or else get a moderator to move it there.

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    ActiveX in Java?

    Your message is really difficult to make sense of since it appears there's a lot your no saying, it may be all you need to do is add a URL to a downloadable installer for your ActiveX control to your <object> tag.
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    I got the solution of this problem

    Just try it with the help of following link

    http://www.4guysfromrolla.com/webtech/091698-1.shtml

    Thax,
    All The Best

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    Good. Just remember that IE is the only browser that supports ActiveX so if your audience isn't completely IE you may have a problem.
    Check out the Forum Search. It's the short path to getting great results from this forum.


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