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#1 Posted : Thursday, February 3, 2005 12:17:26 PM(UTC)

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Could I get a sample of how to do annotations on the web via an ASP.NET site using LEADTOOLS for .NET?

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#2 Posted : Tuesday, August 9, 2005 1:42:58 AM(UTC)


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Even i have same question.

  I am trying to use ‘RasterImageViewer’ on web page to create application similar to the sample “Annotations Automation Demo” (which exists in ‘C:\Program Files\LEAD Technologies, Inc\Leadtools .NET Class Library\Examples\VB\AnnotationsDemo’ path).

       Can I use ‘RasterImageViewer’ on web page by creating user control? Can I get sample code for it?

 Please reply as soon as possible.

 Thanks and Regards

 Srinivas Perambuduri

#3 Posted : Thursday, August 11, 2005 7:52:37 AM(UTC)


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LEADTOOLS for .NET does not support ASP.NET Web forms. It can only be used on the server side. For the client side, you will need to use either the COM objects os ActiveX controls in client side HTML Attached a sample that uses the OCX. The same applies to the COM objects, but you need to reference different objects.
The Main COM help file also provides tutorials for VBScript and JavaScript.

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The new versions of LEADTOOLS contain thin-client annotations features built with HTML5 that do not need COM/OCX at the client side.

Bashar Abdulqaiyume

LEAD Tachnologies, Inc.
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WebSample.zip (3kb) downloaded 66 time(s).

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