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#1 Posted : Tuesday, May 23, 2006 2:35:58 AM(UTC)
JanneBenitez

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In a project coming up we intend to use the LeadTool ocx as a part within our ocx which in its turn will be resident in a html-page.

We have encountered a problem when we use “your” ocx  within our ocx. When “your” ocx is used directly in a html-page it works as intended. When “your” ocx is used within our ocx the ocx is not loaded.

We suspect that the licence is involved in some way. When the html-page is opened on a computer with a licence for “your” ocx everything works well, but otherwise we do not get it to function.

We kindly ask for your advice and a program example to solve this problem.

 

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#2 Posted : Thursday, May 25, 2006 12:46:24 AM(UTC)

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Yes, the license file is is involved in this issue.  When you wrap
our OCX in your OCX, the license string is not read from the license
file and passed to our control.  This is why you need to have the
license file on each client accessing the Web page, which is not
permitted.  The OCX does not provide any means to pass the license
string though code.  I suggest that you switch to using our COM
objects instead.  The COM objects include the LEADRasterFactory which you can use to pass the license string though code.

 
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