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Old December 30th, 2008, 10:48 AM
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I only briefly looked over the link that you sent but it does not look like the author went into any detail on how to deploy the control. This can range from a setup file, a self extractor and so on it all just depends on what your requirements are.

Anywho, the fast and easy way for you to get this up and running is to open a command prompt, navigate to the directory where your assembly is, and run this command:

Code:
   regasm ActiveXLib.dll /tlb /codebase
This should allow you to make calls to your control via an object tag or JavaScript by using

javascript Code:
var obj = new ActiveXObject(Namespace.Class);

hth
-Doug
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