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    harry Zhu Guest

    Use ActiveX control (OCX) in ASP. But it can't down load to Client Machine


    I use OCX in my ASP page. When I run the program in Server Machine, it is
    fine. But when I use other machine's browser, This machine can't find this
    OCX control. Only way is I copy the ocx into this client machine and register
    it. So It means the Server can not download the OCX into the client, when
    the client machine dosn't have this control. What I'm going to do?


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    Eric Renken Guest

    Re: Use ActiveX control (OCX) in ASP. But it can't down load to Client Machine

    Use the deployment wizard and it will make a CAB file, and an HTM page that
    contains the code you need. IE will download and install the CAB
    automatically. However you should also sign your control so people don't
    have to turn down their security settings to view your control.

    Eric Renken

    "harry Zhu" <harryhaiz@nwg.net> wrote in message
    news:39201611$1@news.devx.com...
    >
    > I use OCX in my ASP page. When I run the program in Server Machine, it is
    > fine. But when I use other machine's browser, This machine can't find this
    > OCX control. Only way is I copy the ocx into this client machine and

    register
    > it. So It means the Server can not download the OCX into the client, when
    > the client machine dosn't have this control. What I'm going to do?
    >




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    Akshay Guest

    Re: Use ActiveX control (OCX) in ASP. But it can't down load to Client Machine


    What if i need sessions which only ASP can provide.How do I detect & install
    OCX file on client machine using ASP


    "Eric Renken" <EricRenken@email.msn.com> wrote:
    >Use the deployment wizard and it will make a CAB file, and an HTM page that
    >contains the code you need. IE will download and install the CAB
    >automatically. However you should also sign your control so people don't
    >have to turn down their security settings to view your control.
    >
    >Eric Renken
    >
    >"harry Zhu" <harryhaiz@nwg.net> wrote in message
    >news:39201611$1@news.devx.com...
    >>
    >> I use OCX in my ASP page. When I run the program in Server Machine, it

    is
    >> fine. But when I use other machine's browser, This machine can't find

    this
    >> OCX control. Only way is I copy the ocx into this client machine and

    >register
    >> it. So It means the Server can not download the OCX into the client, when
    >> the client machine dosn't have this control. What I'm going to do?
    >>

    >
    >



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