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While working with c#.Net application, I am getting the following error:
LICENSE AGREEMENT ERROR:FILE LICENSE.DAT NOT FOUND."You do not have a license to use this ActiveX control"
I think this error due to the use of an ActiveX control(Might be third party).I checked the project references and found the following:
AXFPSpreadADO and FPSpreadADO in the list under the project(solution). I also checked the properties of these references and found the following info.
AXInterlop.FPSpreadADO.dll and Interlop.FPSpreadADO.dll as the names of these files, and "Assembly imported from type library FPSpreadADO.
However, I could not find any of these references in the list under Projects -> Add references.Do I need to download or get them from elsewhere with in the system?
Is there any body experinced same or similar problem?Please let me know any resolution to this problem.

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